Early American Imprints, Series I: Supplement from The Library Company of Philadelphia, 1670-1800

Title List

Imprint Title Place of Publication & Date Physical Description
 Die Zeichen der neuen Geburth: : dargelegt in einer Sermon, oder Predigt, gehalten zu London 1739 / Von Georg Weitfield ... Aus dem Englischen ins Deutsche übersetzt. Germanton [Pa.]: : Gedruckt und zu finden bey Christoph Saur, 1740.. 28 p. ; 16 cm. (8vo)
 The speech of the Honourable Patrick Gordon, Esq; lieutenant governour of the province of Pennsylvania, and counties of New-Castle, Kent and Sussex, upon Delaware. : To the Representatives of the freemen of the said province of Pennsylvania, November 22d, 1726. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Andrew Bradford printer to the province., [1726] 4 p. ; 31 cm (folio)
 Von Georg Weitfields Predigten, der dritte Theil, : bestehend aus drey Sermonen. Die erste: Von der Rechtfertigung. Die zweyte: Von den klugen u. thörichten Jungfrauen. Die dritte: Von der Einwohnung des Heiligen Geistes in allen glaubigen Hertzen. Aus dem Englischen ins Hoch-Deutsche übersetzt. Germanton [Pa.]: : Gedruckt und zu finden bey Christoph Saur/, 1740.. [2] 3-100 p. ; 8°.
 A visit to the Philadelphia Prison : being an accurate and particular account of the wise and humane administration adopted in every part of that building ; containing also an account of the gradual reformation, and present improved state, of the penal laws of Pennsylvania: with observations on the impolicy and injustice of capital punishments. In a letter to a friend / By Robert J. Turnbull. [Philadelphia?], 1796. 100, [1], 103-108 p. ; 19 cm. (12mo)
 Meditations and contemplations : in two volumes ... / By James Hervey. Vol. I[-II]. Philadelphia : printed and sold by Henry Taylor, 1791. 2 v. in 1 ; 17 cm. (12mo)
 Public notice is hereby given, : to the freemen of the city and county of Philadelphia, that in obedience to a resolve of the General Assembly of the State of Pennsylvania ... to choose suitable persons to serve as deputies in a convention on the foederal constitution.... Philadelphia : Printed by Charles Cist, [1787] 1 sheet ([1] page) : 37 cm. (folio)
 State of the accounts of the Pennsylvania Hospital, : adjusted by the managers, being a summary of the receipts and payments for the year ending the 23d, of the 4th month, 1796, and laid before the contributors at their annual meeting. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 51 x 31 cm
 State of the accounts of the Pennsylvania Hospital : adjusted by the managers, being a summary of the receipts and payments for the year ending the 22d, of the 4th month, 1797, and laid before the contributors at their annual meeting. [Philadelphia] : [s.n.], [1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 55 x 34 cm
 Columbian new and compleat instructor for the violin : containing the easiest and best methods for learners to obtain a proficiency, with some useful directions, examples, graces &c / by the celabrated [sic] Geminiani. To which is added a favorite collection of songs, airs, marches, minuets, for 1 & 2 violins. [Philadelphia] : Printed and sold by B: Carr's Musical Repositories Philadelphia & New York & J: Carr's Baltimore, [1796?]. [2], 32 p. : ill., music ; 17 x 24 cm.
 Geistlicher Irrgarten, : mit vier Gnadenbrunnen, dadurch kürzlich angedeutet werden, I. Die vier Ströhme des Paradieses, und der glückselige Zustand des Menschen vor dem Fall ... [Pennsylvania : s.n., ca. 1795] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 53 x 42 cm
 Peace, liberty, and independence. : Philadelphia, March 24, 1783. Yesterday arrived, after a passage of 32 days from Cadiz, a Fench sloop of war, commanded by M. Du Quesne, with the agreeable intelligence of peace. The particular articles respecting this happy and glorious event, are as follow ... [Philadelphia] : Printed by E. Oswald, at the Coffee-House., [1783]. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 27 x 22 cm. (4to)
 Philadelphia, March 24, 1783. : This day arrived here the Triumph sloop of war, belonging to His Most Christian Majesty, commanded by the Chevalier Duquesne, in 36 days from Cadiz. By her we have the following agreeable intelligence of peace ... [Philadelphia] : Printed by Hall and Sellers., [1783]. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 35 x 22 cm. (folio)
 A Memorandum, : Tabitha Thomas, was born the 6th day of April, in the year of our Lord, 1772 ... [United States : s.n., after 5 Aug. 1787] 1 sheet ([1] page) ; 17 x 10 cm. (8vo)
 By authority of the Royal College of Physicians in Edinburgh. Dr Anderson's famous Scots pills, / are faithfully prepared by me, Patrick M'Naughton from Edinburgh, who had in 1769, a copy of the original receipt ... Philadelphia: : Printed by Carey, Talbot, and Spotswood, in Market-Street., [ca. 1785?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 26 x 19 cm.
 Zum Christtag, den 25sten December, 1796. [Lancaster, Pa. : Johann Albrecht und Comp., 1796] [4] p. ; 16 cm.
 Gewisser Bericht von einem Juden von Jerusalem, Ahassverus genannt, welcher die Creuzigung unsers Herrn Jesu Christi gesehen, und nock am Leben ist. [Philadelphia? : Anthony Armbruster?, ca. 1765?] [34] p. ; 18 cm. (8vo)
 Biblisches lustgärtlein : Darinnen allerhand schöne sprüche und geistliche rätzel, aus allen büchern der ganzen heiligen schrift des alten und Neuen Testaments zu finden ... / Aufgesetzt von Mätthao Wiesern.... Lancaster : Gedruckt bey Jacob Bailey, 1791. 60 p. ; 18 cm. (12mo)
 The death of Cain : in five books; after the manner of the Death of Abel. / By a lady. Philadelphia : Printed and sold by William Spotswood, 1791. iv, 68 p. ; 14 cm. (16mo)
 A new guide to the English tongue : in five parts.... / by Thomas Dilworth. Philadelphia : printed and sold by R. Aitken, 1785. 167, [1] p. : ill., port. ; 17 cm. (12mo)
 The Hudson almanack, for the year of our Lord 1786 : being the tenth and eleventh of American independence, ... Calculated for the meridian of the city of Hudson, ... Hudson [N.Y.] : Printed and sold by Webster and Stoddard, [1785] [24] p. ; 16 cm. (12mo)
 Stoddard's diary: or, the Columbia almanack, for the year of our Lord 1801 : ... Calculated for latitude 42 degrees north, and for a meridian 3 degrees east of the city of Washington, the capital of these United States. ... / By Andrew Beers, philom. Hudson [N.Y.] : Printed and sold by Ashbel Stoddard, [1800] [36] p. : ill. ; 16 cm. (12mo)
 Rudiments of English grammar; : containing I. The different kinds, relations, and changes of words. II. Syntax, or the right construction of sentences. With an appendix, comprehending a table of verbs irregularly inflected; remarks on some grammatical figures; rules of punctuation; a praxis on the grammar, and examples of true and false construction. / By Mr. Harrison. [Philadelphia] : Whitehall-Press: by William Young, for H. & P. Rice, booksellers, & stationers, Philadelphia, 1798. 120 p. ; 13 cm. (18mo)
 Every man his own brewer : a small treatise, explaining the art and mystery of brewing porter, ale and table-beer; ... / By Samuel Child, ... Copy right of this improved edition secured. Philadelphia : printed by T. Condie, and H. Kammerer, jun., 1796. [2], 5-34 p. ; 17 cm. (12mo)
 An impartial and brief survey, of that pernicious practice in some Presbyterian congregations, on sacramental occasions : that is to say, that of retiring to, and assembling at, the meeting-house, or session-house, after the tables are serv'd, in order to feast upon, and entertain favourites with, the reversions of the bread and wine. ... Humbly offer'd to the pastors, elders and heads of Presbyterian congregations / By an unworthy member of that persuasion. Philadelphia : printed by Andrew Steuart: and sold by most of the country shop-keepers, 1761. 16 p. ; 16 cm. (8vo)
 Agricultural experiments, on gypsum, or plaister of Paris : with some observations, on the fertilizing quality, and natural history of that fossil / By George Logan, M.D. Philadelphia : printed by Francis and Robert Bailey, 1797. 18 p. ; 20 cm. (8vo)
 Heads of a course of lectures, upon the most curious and important subjects of philospohical chemistry / to be delivered by Henry Moyes, M.D. Dr. Moyes proposes to explain the subjects contained in this syllabus, in twenty-eight lectures. ... [Boston? 1784?] 15, [1] p. ; 21 cm. (8vo)
 Intercession every Christian's duty : A sermon preach'd to a numerous audience in England / By George Whitefield, A.B. of Pembroke College, Oxford. [Boston] : London printed: re-printed at Boston, by T. Fleet, for Charles Harrison, over-against the Brazen Head in Cornhill, 1739. [2], 5-22 p. ; 17 cm. (8vo)
 Die weltliche Geschäffte sind keine Entschuldigungen, zur versäumung des Seelen-heyls : Eine Sermon, oder: Predigt, gehalten zu London, 1739 / Von Georg Weitfield ... Aus dem Englischen ins Deutsche übersetzt. Germanton [Pa.]: : Gedruckt und zu finden bey Christoph Saur, 1740.. [2], 3-19, [1] p. ; 16 cm. (8vo)
 Zum 8. Aug. 1768. [Philadelphia, 1768]. [4] p. ; 19 cm. (8vo)
 Zum 13ten November 1791 : der als ein Jubelfest der Evangelischen Brüderunität gefeyert wird; für die Pennsylvanischen Gemeinen. Philadelphia : gedruckt bey Carl Cist, 1791. [8] p. ; 21 cm. (8vo)
 Der Neueste und verbesserte nord-americanische Calender, auf das 1792ste Jahr Christi, : ... Berechnet vornemlich nach der pennsylvanischen Himmels-Gegend; jedoch in Maryland, Virginien und denen angrenzenden Staaten ohne merklichen Unterschied zu gebrauchen. Zum siebenzehntenmal herausgegeben. Lancaster [Pa.] : Gedruckt und zu finden bey Jacob Bailey in der Königstrasse. Auch können die auswärtigen Krämer damit bedient werden bey den Herren Joseph Hiester, in Reading; James Woods, in Lebanon; Henrich Walter und John Grear, in Yorktaun; Peter Höflich, in Hägerstaun; Johannes Fischer und Nicolaus Tschudy in Baltimore; und vielen andern in Städten und auf dem Lande, [1791] [40] p. ; 21 cm. (4to)
 Biblia, : das ist: die heilige Schrift Altes und Neues Testaments, / nach der deutschen Uebersetzung D. Martin Luthers, mit jedes Capitels kurtzen Summarien, auch beygefügten vielen und richtigen Parllelen [sic]; Germantown [Pa.]: : gedruckt bey Christoph Saur,, 1743. [4], 995, [1]; 277, [7] p. ; 26 cm. (4to)
 Dem Andenken deutscher Dichter und Philosophen gewidmet von Deutschen in Amerika : Erster Band. Philadelphia. : by J. Ormund [i.e., Ormrod]. Bookseller nr 41 Chesnut Street, 1796.. [6], iv, [2], 324 p., [2] leaves of plates : port. ; 18 cm. (8vo)
 Merkwürdiger americanischer Haushaltungs Calender : eingerichtet auf die itzige Zeiten. Boston in Neu-England [i.e. Germany : [s.n.],, 1771. 24 p. ; 17 cm. (8vo)
 The advantages and disadvantages of the marriage state : as entered into with religious or irreligious persons. Represented under the similitude of a dream / By J. Johnson. Philadelphia : printed and sold by William Gibbons, 1793. 32 p. ; 15 cm. (12mo)
 A new version of the Psalms of David : fitted to the tunes used in churches / By N. Brady, D.D. ... Boston: N.E. : printed by Daniel Kneeland, for John Perkins, 1769. 276 p. ; 15 cm. (12mo)
 The psalm-singer's assistant : containing I. An introduction, with such directions for singing, as are necessary for learners. II. A collection of choice psalm-tunes, suited to the several measures both of the old and new version; engraved in a correct manner, and is designed for the improvement of psalmody, in the congregations, both in town and country: all being composed in three parts, collected from the best masters / By Daniel Bayley. [Newburyport] : Printed for, and sold by the author in Newbury-Port. Sold also by the booksellers, [ca. 1765]. 8 p., 16 leaves of plates : music ; 15 cm. (8vo)
 The United States pocket almanac, for the year 1780 : ... Containing a variety of useful lists and tables. Philadelphia : Printed for J. Walters, [1779] [24] p. ; 11 cm. (24mo)
 The American ladies pocket book, for the year 1801 : containing, an interesting scene from the life of General Washington, ... An almanack, ruled pages for memorandums, ... miscellaneous moral and entertaining pieces, ... Philadelphia : Printed by John Bioren, for William Y. Birch, [1800]. 143, [3] p., [1] leaf of plates ; 12 cm. (24mo)
 The chronicle of the kings of England : from the reign of William the Conqueror ... down to his present Majesty George the Third. Containing a true history of their lives, and the character which they severally sustain'd; whether in church or state, in the field, or in private life / By Nathan ben Saddi. Philadelphia : Printed and sold by Stewart & Cochran, 1797. v [i.e. iv], [1], 6-125, [1] p. (last blank) ; 14 cm.
 Biblia, das ist: die ganze göttliche Heilige Schrift Alten und Neuen Testaments / nach der deutschen Uebersetzung D. Martin Luthers, mit jedes Capitels kurzen Summarien, auch beygefügten vielen und richtigen Parallelen: nebst einem Anhang des dritten und vierten Buchs Esrä, und des dritten Buchs der Maccabäer. Germantown [Pa.] : Gedruckt und zu finden bey Christoph Saur, 1776, [i.e. 1787?] [4], 992, 277, [3] p. ; 27 cm. (4to)
 A discourse, delivered in the New Dutch Church, Nassau-Street, on Tuesday the 21st October, 1794, : before the New York Society for the Information and Assistance of Persons Emigrating from Foreign Countries. / By Thomas Dunn, A.M.. New York: : Printed for L. Wayland, with the privilege of copy., [1795?] [4], 28 p. ; 18 cm. (8vo)
 Travels, in the interior districts of Africa: : performed under the direction and patronage, of the African Association, in the years 1795, 1796, and 1797. / By Mungo Park, surgeon. ; With an appendix, containing, geographical illustrations of Africa. By Major Rennell.. New-York: : Printed by J. Tiebout, and sold by George F. Hopkins, at Washington's Head, no. 136 Pearl-Street., 1800.. vii, [2], 10-354, [2], 86, [2] p. (last 2 blank), [1] folded leaf of plates : 1 map ; 21 cm. (8vo)
 Neu-Providenz, in Philadelphia Caunty, den 23 October, 1765. Endsbenamter hat zu Verkaufen. Philadelphia, : Gedruckt bey Henrich Miller, in der Zweyten-strasse., [1765] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 22 cm.
 Ein schön Frühlings-Lied. [Ephrata, Pa.? : s.n., ca. 1765?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 16 x 20 cm.
 Ein schön geistlich Jesus-Lied. [Ephrata, Pa.? : s.n., 177-?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 27 x 22 cm
 Das Leben, Begebenheiten, und Bekänntniss von Samuel Pope, einem Mulatto; : nebst einer Erzählung des Verfassers, welcher ihn von Zeit zu Zeit in seiner Gefangenschaft besuchet hat. : Auch eine Anmerkung des Gefängniss-Halters: und zuletzt: ein Brief des obigen an seinen Meister.. [Reading, Pa. : Barton and Jungmann?], Gedruckt im Jahr 1792.. 16 p. ; 22 cm.
 Particular list of slaves owned by, or under the care of [blank] on the first day of October, 1798, withing the Sixth Division [blank] in the state of Pennsylvania. [Pennsylvania, Pa. : s.n., 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 21 cm
 Philadelphia, [blank] 179[blank] Received of [blank] being payment for [blank] volume of the Encyclopaedia. Doll. [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 179-?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 9 x 16 cm
 This is to certify, that [blank] hath contributed [blank] to the relief and employment of the poor of the city of Philadelphia, district of Southwark, townships of Moyamensing, Passyunk, and the Northern Liberties; : and is thereby become one of the corporation of contributors, vested with all the rights, powers, and privileges of a member thereof, according to an act of Assembly made to encourage the same. Witness my hand, and seal of the said corporation, this [blank] day of [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by David Hall, 1766] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 22 cm
 Second Congress of the United States: At the first session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia on Monday the twenty-fourth of October one thousand seven hundred and ninety-one. : An act for the relief of persons imprisoned for debt. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1792] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm.
 Eine kurtze Nachricht von der liebreichen Anstalt, : welche zum Besten und zur Unterweisung der armen Teutschen, und ihrer Nachkommen in Pennsylvanien, und anderen daran gräntzenden englischen Provinzien in Nord-America errichtet worden ist. / Heraus gegeben auf Befehl derer, zu Ausführung dieser Sache, bestimmten Herren General-Trustees. Philadelphia, : Gedruckt durch Anthon Armbrüster, in der Dritten-Strass, 1755. [3], 3-18, 3-18, [1] p. ; 24 cm. (4to)
 The charter and bye-laws of the Welch Society. [Philadelphia] : Printed by Z. Poulson, jun., [1798?] 12 p. ; 17 cm. (12mo)
 Drey sind, die da zeugen auf Erden, der Geist, und das Wasser, und das Blut. Bey diesem heilgen Bade zeugt der höchste Gott, der nicht betreugt. Einem neugebohrnen Kinde, Ist das schönste Eingebinde, Ja das beste Pathen-Geld, Wenn es Jesu Glauben hält. ... [Pennsylvania? : s.n, 1792?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 21 x 16 cm. (1/4")
 Eine Kurze und aufrichtige Erklaung, an unsere wohlmeinende Assembly, und alle andere hohe und niedrige in der Regierung, und an alle andere Freunde und Einwohner dieses Landes, denen dieses zu Gesicht kommen mag, sowohl Englischen als Deutschen. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Gedruckt bey Henrich Miller, 1775] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 22 cm
 Ein Schön Lied zur Aufmunterung eines christlichen Lebens. : Mel. Wie die Geistliche Fortuna. [Philadelphia, Pa.? : Gedruckt bey Anton Armbruster?, ca. 1763?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 x 19 cm
 A sermon on slander, delivered at the church in Brattle-Street, Boston, October 24, 1790. By the Reverend Samuel Stanhope Smith, D.D. vice-president and professor of moral philosophy in the University at Princeton, New-Jersey. Boston : Printed by Samuel Hall, no. 53, Cornhill, MDCCXCI. [1791] 24p. ; 8°.
 Erbauliches Lied. [Pennsylvania? : s.n, ca. 1800] 1 sheet ; 22 x 14 cm
 Ein Geistlich Lied. [Pennsylvania? : s.n, ca. 1800] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 16 x 19 cm
 Anzeige der Rettungsmittel in allen Arten von Scheintod oder Zufällen, welche mit grosser und schnelleintretender Lebensgefahr verbunden sind: / zur Belehrung und Hülfe für unsere Mitbürger. [Pennsylvania? : s.n, ca. 1780] 1 sheet ([1] p.]) ; 46 x 40 cm
 Advertisement. Will be sold at public auction, by the Commissioners of Forfeited Estates, (pursuant to the Confiscation Act) on Tuesday the 8th day of July next, at Ninety-Six, the following valuable tracts of land, viz. ... [Charleston, S.C. : s.n, 1783] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 43 x 31 cm
 Pilger-Lied. [Pennsylvania? : s.n, ca. 1790] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 18 cm
 To the Honourable William Keith, Esq; with the royal approbation lieut. governour of the counties of New-Castle, Kent and Sussex upon Delaware, and the province of Pennsylvania. : The humble address of the representatives of the said counties in General Assembly met at New-Castle the 13th day of June, anno, Domini, 1717. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Andrew Bradford, 1717] 3, [1] p. ; 31 cm (folio)
 Whereas John Fitch, of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, has proposed a machine for promoting navigation, : with other useful purposes, which has been generally approved by all men of science, ... We the subscribers being willing to promote so laudable an undertaking; do promise to pay the said Fitch, or order the sums against our respective names, provided said Fitch, shall have ready to be delivered to us at [blank] in the [blank] of [blank] by the [blank] of [blank] next, so many of his maps of the N.W. parts of the United States, as shall answer to the sums subscribed by us. N.B. Said Fitch pledges his word that the one half of the money shall be applied toward making the experiment above proposed. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n, 1785] 1 sheet ([1] p.); 19 x 21 cm
 Father Abbey's will. : To which is added, A letter of courtship to his virtuous & amiable widow. [Boston, Mass? : s.n, not before 1732] 1 sheet : ill. ; 35 x 22 cm
 Comparative footing of the commerce of the United States with the dominions of France and Great Britain prior to the pending revolution of France. [United States : s.n., not before 1788] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 44 x 51 cm
 To all true patriots and real lovers of liberty. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Andrew Bradford, 1727] 3, [1] p. ; 31 cm (folio)
 Baltimore, August 12th, 1777. : By virtue of a decree of the Hon. Court of Admiralty for the state of Maryland, will be sold, at public vendue, on Monday, the 18th inst. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, on the Distillery Wharf, the prize sloop Macaroni, ... On the same day will be sold the privateer schooner Revenge, now lying at Matchapungo Inlet, ... An inventory of both vessels may be seen at the time of sale, or any day before, by applying to Hugh Young. Baltimore [Md.]: : Printed by John Dunlap, in Market-Street., [1777] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 25 x 20 cm
 State of Pennsylvania in General Assembly. Tuesday, March 9, 1784. : The bill entitled, "An act directing the times and modes of electing justices of the peace for the city of Philadelphia, and the several and respective counties in this commonwealth, and for other purposes therein mentioned," was read the second time, and debated by paragraphs. Ordered, that it be transcribed, and in the meantime printed for public consideration. / Extract from the minutes, Peter Z. Lloyd. Clerk of the General Assembly. An act directing the times and mode of electing justices of the peace for the city of Philadelphia and the several and respective counties in this commonwealth, and for other purposes therein mentioned. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by Thomas Bradford., [1784] 4 p. ; 35 cm (folio)
 By the House of Delegates, December 31, 1784. : Ordered, that five hundred copies of the bill "to lay a general tax for the support of the ministers of the gospel of all societies of christians in this state," (with the blanks filled up as proposed by the committee) be immediately published, with the thirteenth article, ... for the use of the members of the general assembly; and that the said bill be read a second time on to-morrow week, ... / By order, W. Harwood, clk. An act to lay a general tax for the support of the ministers of the gospel of all societies of christians within this state. [Annapolis, Md. : Printed by Frederick Green, 1784] [4] p. ; 34 cm (folio)
 Magdalen Devine, at her store in Second-street, four doors below Chesnut-street, being determined to leave off business, is now selling at prime cost, for cash only, wholesale and retail, all her stock in trade, : among which are a variety of the following articles, viz. Superfine, middling and low priced braodcloths, coatings, wiltons, naps and serges, ... and a variety of other articles too tedious to enumerate. Philadelphia [Pa.], : Printed by John Dunlap, in Market-street, where may be had, blank bonds, and all other kinds of blanks, printed on the best paper, writing-paper, bonnet and fullers pasteboard, almanacks, &c. &c., [ca. 1780] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 27 x 22 cm
 From Lewis's New-York Mercury, of September 6. New-York, September 6. : His Britannic Majesty's most gracious speech to both houses of Parliament, on Thursday, July 11, 1782. ... [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by E. Oswald, in Market-Street., [1782] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 26 x 21 cm
 January 11, 1786. To be sold, by public vendue, on second day the 30th of January, 1786, : on the premises, about twenty acres of cedar swamp, in lots of about two acres each, part thereof is thrifty growing timber, on the main branch of Long-a-coming, a little below Hugg's new causeway. ... Attendance will be given and the conditions made known by us the subscribers, purchasers of William Harrison's swamp, the same being part thereof. / Joseph Collins, Edward Gibbs. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1786] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 25 x 22 cm
 Philadelphia, [blank] Sir, your reputation in the literary world, induces us to take the liberty of enclosing you a sketch of the plan of a magazine, which we mean to publish in this city, ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n, 1786] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 24 x 20 cm
 State of Pennsylvania. In General Assembly, Tuesday, February 26, 1782. P.M. : On motion, the bill, intituled "An act for preventing and punishing the counterfeiting of the common seal, bank bills and bank notes of the president, directors and company of the Bank of North-America, and for other purposes therein mentioned," was read the second time, and being debated by paragraphs, was ordered to be transcribed for a third reading, and in the mean time printed for public consideration. / Extract from the minutes, Peter Z. Lloyd, clerk of the General Assembly. An act for preventing and punishing the counterfeiting of the common seal, bank bills and bank notes of the president, directors and company of the Bank of North-America, and for other purposes therein mentioned. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by Hall & Sellers., [1782] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 20 cm
 State of Pennsylvania. In General Assembly, Thursday, November 14, 1782. : The bill, entituled, "An act to stay and prevent suits being brought against sundry officers and agents, heretofore employed in the service of this state, and of the United States," was read the second time, and debated by paragraphs: ordered to be transcribed for a third reading, and in the mean time printed for public consideration. / Extract from the minutes, Peter Z. Lloyd, clerk of the General Assembly. An act to stay and prevent suits being brought against sundry officers and agents, heretofore employed in the service of this state, and of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by Hall & Sellers, [1782] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 State of Pennsylvania. In General Assembly, Tuesday, Nov. 19, 1782. : The bill, entituled "A supplement to the act, entituled "An act impowering the justices to settle the prices of liquors in public houses, and provender for horses in public stables," was read the second time, and debated by paragraphs: ordered, that it be transcribed for a third reading, and in the mean time printed for public consideration: / extract from the minutes, Peter Z. Lloyd, clerk of the General Assembly. A supplement to the act, entituled "An act impowering the justices to settle the prices of liquors in public houses, and provender for horses in public stables." [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Hall & Sellers, 1782] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 20 cm
 Philadelphia, [blank] 178 [blank] Notice is hereby given, to all male white inhabitants, : between the ages of eighteen and fifty three years, residing in [blank] captain [blank]'s company, to attend at the house of [blank] on [blank] the [blank] between the hours of ten o'clock in the forenoon, and six in the evening, and there chuse [blank] ... Aggreable to a supplement of the militia law of this state, passed the 21st day of March, 1783. / William Henry, lieut. of the city of Philadelphia and districts. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by F. Bailey., [1783] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 30 x 20 cm
 State of Pennsylvania. In General Assembly, Saturday, March 15, 1783. : The bill, entituled "An act to invest certain persons therein named with powers to sell and convey a certain tract of land, in said act described, for the purposes therein mentioned," was read the second time, and debated by paragraphs: ordered to be transcribed for a third reading, and in the mean time printed for public consideration. / Extract from the minutes, Peter Z. Lloyd, clerk of the General Assembly. An act to invest certain persons therein named with powers to sell and convey a certain tract of land, in said act described, for the purposes therein mentioned. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by Hall and Sellers., [1783] 1 sheet (2 p.) ; 34 x 22 cm
 Proposals, for publishing a new periodical paper, entitled, The independent gazetteer, and Pennsylvania advertiser; : to contain the freshest and most material intelligence, both foreign and domestic; together with essays, pieces, extracts, &c. upon various subjects; entertaining, moral, religious, &c. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Eleazer Oswald, 1782] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 22 cm
 To the electors of Pennsylvania. : The following letter, from the Committee of Correspondence for the county of Washington, covering a certificate from a number of the most respectable gentlemen in that county, will show the attachment of Mr. James Ross, of Pittsburgh, to the Christian religion, and will remove any unfavorable impression which the false and scandalous report, propagated and industriously circulated by the friends of Mr. M'Kean, that Mr. Ross is an atheist, a deist," &c. ... / Levi Hollingsworth. Washington, August 28, 1799. Sir, The committee in this county for promoting the election of Mr. Ross, have learnt where Mr. Ross is less well known than here, currency is given by the enemies to his election, ... that Mr. Ross is a Deist. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n, 1799] 1 sheet (2 p.) ; 35 x 21 cm
 State of Pennsylvania. In General Assembly, Thursday, March 15, 1781. : Ordered, that the bill for erecting the town of Reading, in the county of Berks, into a borough, be printed for public consideration. / Extract from the minutes, Samuel Sterett, clerk. An act for erecting the town of Reading, in the county of Berks, into a borough. [Philadelphia, Pa.: s.n, 1781] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 44 x 28 cm
 West Florida. By His Excellency Peter Chester, Esquire, captain-general, governor and commander in chief in and over his Majesty's said province of West Florida and the territories depending thereon in America, chancellor, vice-admiral and ordinary of the same, &c. A proclamation. : Whereas his Majesty, ... did think fit, ... to revoke and annull all the powers and authorities ... for the laying out and passing grants of land ... / Given under my hand and the great seal of his Majesty's said province, in the Council-Chamber at Pensacola, the eleventh day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy-five, ... Peter Chester. By his Excellency's command, Alexander Ma'Cullagh, Dep. Sec. [Pensacola, Fla.? : s.n., 1775] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : coat of arms ; 47 x 29 cm
 The last words and dying speech of John Shearman, executed at Newport, Rhode-island, on Friday the sixteenth day of November, 1764, for burglary. Boston [Mass]: : Printed and sold at R. and S. Draper's printing-office in Newbury-street, and at Green and Russell's in Queen-street., 1764. 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 37 x 25 cm
 State of Pennsylvania. A supplement to an act intitled, "An act for striking the sum of one hundred thousand pounds in bills of credit for the present support of the army, and for establishing a fund for the redemption of the same, and for other purposes therein mentioned." ... Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by John Dunlap., [1780] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 49 x 31 cm
 State of Pennsylvania. In General Assembly, Wednesday, December 20, 1780. : Ordered, that the bill for continuing and amending the act for suspending the operation of the laws of this commonwealth, making the Continental bills of credit a legal tender, &c. and the bill for making the state money legal tender, be printed for public consideration. / Samuel Sterett, clerk. Philadelphia [Pa.], : Printed by John Dunlap., [1780] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 49 x 30 cm
 State of Pennsylvania. In General Assembly, Monday, March 19, 1781. : Ordered, that the bill forpreventing the exportation of bread and flour not merchantable &c. be printed for public consideration. / Extract from the minutes, Samuel Sterett, clerk. An act to prevent the exportation of bread and flour not merchantable, and for repealing at a certain time all the laws heretofore made for that purpose. ... [Philadelphia : s.n, 1781] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 54 x 44 cm
 Mr. Gaine, as Nathan Raymore's advertisement inserted for some weeks past in your paper, seems to reflect on my character, : as if I had abus'd the trust reposed in me by his letter of attorney; I therefore to vindicate my conduct, find myself oblig'd to give a narrative of the whole transactions between Raymore and me, ... / I am, Sir, your humble servant, Samuel Loudon. ... [New York, N.Y. : Printed by Hugh Gaine, 1760?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 41 x 26 cm
 By the Honourable George Thomas, Esq; lieutenant governor and commander in chief of the province of Pennsylvania, and the three counties of New-Castle, Kent and Sussex upon Delaware; a proclamation. : Whereas I have this day received an order of His Majesty in Council, ... That the governors of the respective provinces of Maryland and Pennsylvania, for the time being, do not, ... permit or suffer any tumults, riots or other outrageous disorders to be committed on the borders of their respective provinces; ... / Given at Philadelphia, under my hand and the great seal of the province of Pennsylvania, the twenty-ninth day of August 1738; ... George Thomas. Thomas Lawrie, secry. [Annapolis, Md.] : Philadelphia: printed by B. Franklin, 1738. Annapolis: re-printed by Jonas Green,, 1763. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 39 x 24 cm
 A tragical account of the battle between the people of Wyoming and the Indians, of Westmoreland, in the year 1778, : in which two hundred of the Americans were unhappily sacrificed to the savage barbarity of some treacherous Americans and cruel savages, in a poem, / by a person then resident near the field of battle. [United States? : s.n., 1780?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 43 x 19 cm
 Philadelphia, March 4, 1799. : By virtue of a writ of levari facias to me directed, will be sold at public vendue, at the Merchants Coffee-House, on Friday, the 15th of March inst. at six o'clock in the evening, all those eleven adjoining tracts, pieces or parcels of land, situate, lying and being in the Northern Liberties, in the county of Philadelphia, ... / Jonathan Penrose, sheriff. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : (Printed by D. Humphreys, No. 48, Spruce-street.), [1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 46 x 20 cm
 To the good people of the county of Northampton. : A fellow-citizen, who has been born and bred, and who still resides among you; ... begs leave to call your serious attention to a scene of political peculation, which has been practised upon your unsuspecting confidence. ... [Easton, Pa.? : s.n., 1787] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 43 x 34 cm
 State of Pennsylvania. In General Assembly, Friday, December 28, 1781. A.M. : The bill, entituled An act to redress certain grievances, under which the inhabitants of Westmoreland and Washington counties labour, was read a second time, and having been debated by paragraphs, ordered, that it be transcribed for a third reading, and in the mean time printed for public consideration. / Extract from the minutes, Peter Z. Lloyd, clerk of the General Assembly. An act to redress certain grievances, under which the inhabitants of Westmoreland and Washington Counties labour. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by Hall and Sellers., [1781] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 43 x 26 cm
 State of Pennsylvania. In General Assembly, Wednesday, March 14, 1781. : Ordered, that the bill for erecting part of the county of Westmoreland into a separate county, be printed for public consideration. / Extract from the minutes, Samuel Sterett, clerk. An act for erecting part of the county of Westmoreland into a separate county. [Philadelphia, Pa.: s.n, 1781] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 44 x 28 cm
 This indenture made the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the third by the grace of God of Great Britain France and Ireland King, defender of the faith &c. And in the year of our Lord God one thousand seven hundred and [blank] : between David Hunter of Strabann township county of York & province of Pennsylvania yeoman and Martha his wife on the one part and [blank] of the other part ... Ephratae [Ephrata, Pa.] : Typis Societatis, [not after 1764] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 41 x 51 cm
 State of Pennsylvania. In General Assembly. Friday, March 30, 1781. : Ordered, that the bill for establishing a Land Office be printed for public consideration. / Extract from the minutes, Samuel Sterett, clerk. An act for establishing a Land Office, and for other purposes therein mentioned. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n, 1781] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 44 x 27 cm
 To the inhabitants of Lower Darby Township. : When an appeal is made by any person to the world, we must always expect its censure or approbation; but what fate the writer who has lately addressed you, under the signature of "A grazier," will share, in your esteem, is a point that you are to determine. ... [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., 1787] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 44 x 26 cm
 Death of Louis XVI. late King of France; beheaded Jan. 21, 1793. [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., 1793] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 52 x 41 cm
 To the Honorable Richard Henry Lee, Esquire. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1788] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 43 x 25 cm
 In General Assembly of Pennsylvania. Tuesday, September 21, 1779. P.M. : The bill intitled "An act for the more effectually preventing engrossing and forestalling, for the encouragement of commerce and the fair trader, and for other purposes therein mentioned," was read the second time, and being debated by paragraphs, was ordered to be transcribed for the third reading, and in the mean time printed for public consideration. / Extract from the minutes, John Morris, Junior, clerk of the General Assembly. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1779] [4] p. ; 42 cm (folio)
 Philadelphia, May, 13, 1773. : Pettie's-Island Cash Lottery, in three classes: (all prizes, no blanks, and no deducation) for raising the sum of eleven hundred pounds twelve shillings and six-pence, for the purpose of improving, planting, inlarging, and properly fencing and securing a public vineyard. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n, 1773] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 43 x 26 cm
 Scheme of a lottery, to raise 9375 pieces of eight, for the use of the College, Academy and Charity-School of Philadelphia. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by B. Franklin and D. Hall?, 1755] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 44 x 20 cm
 Philadelphia, October 25, 1784. : This morning at ten o'clock, at the stores of William Barton and Co. and Isaac Van Vleck, the corner of Third and Chesnut streets, will begin the sale of a very large and general assortment of merchandize, of which the following are invoices in part. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Dunlap and Claypoole, in Market-street., [1784] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 48 x 40 cm
 Advertisement. Whereas the estates of [blank] late of the county of [blank] : having been in due course of law forfeited and seized to the use of this state, we, the subscribers, agents for the said county, do hereby give notice, that estates of the said [blank] consisting of the foloowing [blank] All which will be sold at public vendue, at the Court-House, at [blank] on the [blank] day of [blank] ... Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Francis Bailey, in Market-street., [1779?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 42 x 31 cm
 The deed of settlement of the Mutual Assurance Company, for Insuring Houses from Loss by Fire. In and near Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Bailey?, between 1784 and 1794] 8 p. ; 27 cm (4to)
 Address of the carrier of the Merchants Daily Advertiser, to its patrons. For the year 1798. Philada. [i.e. Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by Thomas Pole, Junior.; [1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 50 x 32 cm
 Rules and orders for the regulation of the corporation when met in Common Council. [Philadelphia, Pa.: s.n., 1789] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 41 x 51 cm
 Numb. 8. Sunday Decemb. 7th. 1760. [Philadelphia, Pa.? : Printed by Anthony Armbruster? 1760] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 8 x 11 cm
 State of New-Jersey. An act for the speedy and effectual recruiting of the four New-Jersey regiments in the service of the United States. [Trenton, N.J.? : s.n, 1778] [4] p. ; 36 cm (folio)
 Edward Horne's letter to Joseph England, concerning James Steel and Thomas Shute. : Philadelphia, the 9th of the 4th month, 1725. Respected friend, Joseph England. Having farther considered on the equivocating affirmations of James Steel and Thomas Shute, to the bill of complaint exhibited against them in Chancery, in order for them to discover what they knew of the lands and tenements belonging to Richard Scrace, ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Andrew Bradford, 1725] 4 p. ; 31 cm (folio)
 A remonstrance to Hannah Penn, : relict of the late Honourable William Penn, Esq; proprietor and governour of the povince [sic] of Pennsylvania, and the rest of that worthy family. The remonstrance of the representatives of the free-men of the said province in general assembly met. Shewing, ... to our great surprize, having read certain instructions sent to our governour, requiring him to make no speech, nor send any written message to the Assembly, but what shall be approved of in Council; nor pass any law without the consent of a majority of the same: ... We the House of Representatives came to an unanimous resolve; that some part of those instructions were contrary to, and an infringement of the liberties and privileges granted by Charter to the people of this province. ... Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Andrew Bradford, printer to the province of Pennsylvania., [1725] 1 sheet (2 p.) ; 32 x 20 cm
 Instructions for inlisting rifle-men in the service of Pennsylvania. [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., 1776] [4] p. ; 33 cm (folio)
 In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, October 19, 1776. : To [blank] You are hereby authorized to raise volunteers within any part of this state, so as to complete your company to its full complement, upon the terms mentioned in a resolve of Congress, of the sixteenth of September last, ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n, 1776] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm
 In General Assembly of Pennsylvania, Thursday, September 23d, 1779. A.M. : The bill entitled "An act for vesting the estates of the late proprietaries of Pennsylvania in this commonwealth," was read the second time, and being debated by paragraphs was ordered to be transcribed for the third reading, and in the mean time printed for public consideration. / Extract from the minutes, John Morris, jun. clerk of the General Assembly. An act for vesting the estates of the late proprietaries of Pennsylvania in this commonwealth. ... Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by John Dunlap, in Market-Street., [1779] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm
 Proposals for publishing by subscription, a map of the interior parts of North-America. / By Thomas Hutchins, lieutenant of his Majesty's Royal American Regiment, and engineer. This map comprehends the whole country that lies between the 36th and 47th degrees of latitude and the 79th and 94th degrees of longitude; in which the great rivers Missisippi and Ohio, with the numerous smaller streams which empty into them, as well as the lakes Erie, Huron and Michigan, are accurately delineated; ... [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., between 1765 and 1774?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm
 Elliot Duncan, at his shop, the East side of Second-street, a few doors above the market, and nearly opposite Christ-Church, Philadelphia; : has a neat and general assortment of both wet and dry-goods, and sells them on the most reasonable terms possible, for cash, wholesale and retail; amongst which are the following articles, ... N.B. Four-pence to be allowed on each bottle of wine or ale, when the empty bottle is returned. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by Andrew Steuart, at the Bible-in-Heart, in Second-street., [1767] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 20 cm
 In Council of Safety. Lancaster, November 7, 1777. : Whereas many persons regarding only their private interest, by buying up and engrossing divers kinds of merchandize, particularly provisions and necessaries for the army, ... Lancaster [Pa.]: : Printed by Francis Bailey., [1777] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm
 By his Excellency the Honourable Robert Monckton, captain general and governor in chief in and over the province of New-York, and the territories depending thereon in America, vice admiral of the same, and major general of his Majesty's forces. A proclamation. : Whereas I have received his Majesty's royal instruction, signifying, ... that in all the morning and evening prayers in the litany, ... where the royal family is appointed to be particularly prayed for, the following form of words should be used, ... [New York, N.Y. : Printed by William Weyman?, 1762] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : coat of arms ; 39 x 25 cm
 Ode for the year 1763. / By Lawrence Swinney, A.M. --L.D.-- and M.D. Alas, poor Swinney! [Philadelphia, Pa. ? : s.n., 1763] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 x 18 cm
 Williamsburgh, (Virginia) May 26. On Tuesday last the Honourable the House of Burgesses came to following resolution, which was directed to be forthwith printed and published: "This house being deeply impressed with apprehension of the great dangers to be derived to British America from the hostile invasion of the city of Boston, ... [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by William and Thomas Bradford., [1774] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 22 x 26 cm
 State of Pennsylvania. An act, to appoint a representation for the city of Philadelphia and the several counties in this commonwealth in proportion to the number of taxable inhabitants in each for the ensuing seven years. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1786] 1 sheet (2 p.) ; 36 x 22 cm
 Anthem sung on the general fast day, May 9th, 1798, at St. Peter's Church, / set to music by - R. Taylor. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by J. Ormrod., [1798] 1 sheet (2 p.) : ill. ; 21 x 12 cm
 Philadelphia, April 4th. 1799. Sir, we enclose a copy of a circular letter directed to be sent to the gentlemen in your county who have been nominated as a committee to promote the ticket, agreed to be supported by the federal interest at the ensuing election of governor. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n, 1799] [4] p. ; 34 cm
 By the United States in Congress assembled, a proclamation. : Whpreas [sic] definitive articles of peace and friendship, between the United States of America and His Britannick Majesty, were concluded and signed at Paris, on the 3d day of September, 1783, by the plenipotentiaries of the said United States, ... which definitive articles are in the words following: ... [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., 1784] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 x 22 cm
 A country gazette. : One of the greatest objections to a free circulation of the Baltimore newspapers, in the interior parts of the state is their being published daily, and the consequent heavy amount of postage; to remedy this objection, ... the editor of the Baltimore American solicits the patronage of the citizens of the state, for the publication of a newspaper three days in the week, ... the proposed paper shall be The American: a gazette for the country. ... / A. Martin. Baltimore, Nov. 19, 1799. [Baltimore, Md. : s.n., 1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 20 cm
 An address to the good people of the state of Connecticut, upon imprisonment for debt. : Friends and fellow-citizens, Efforts have lately been made in our legislature, to introduce a new and better system of procedure, in cases of recovering payments from debtors, ... [Litchfield, Conn.? : s.n., 1799] [4] p. ; 24 cm
 Back lands and improvements. : The outlines of a plan for settling and improving a select body of new lands in the state of Pennsylvania, so as to make them productive to the owners, within the shortest possible period. That the lands and agriculture of the United States is the foundation and principal source of our national wealth, is a truth not to be disputed; and it is also believed to be true, that the purchase and settlement of lands in Pennsylvania, might be made a much more profitable branch of business to capitalists, than building houses in Philadelphia, or trading to China or the East Indies. ... [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., ca. 1800] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Copy of a letter from Alexander Addison, Esquire, president of the courts of common pleas in the fifth district in this state, to the Reverend Nathan Grier, a very respectable clergyman in Chester County. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Fundamental laws of the Academy of the Protestant Episcopal Church, : enacted at a meeting of the subscribers to the said academy, held in Christ-Church, January 1, 1785. [Philadelphia, Pa.: s.n., 1785] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 The committee to whom was referred the bill, intituled "An act appropriating a certain sum of money to defray the expense of holding a treaty with the Indians claiming lands in the state of Tennessee or North Carolina," report the following amendments, (viz.) ... [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., 1785?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 35 x 22 cm
 To the representatives of the freemen of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in General Assembly. : The petition of the inhabitants of the county of [blank] ... [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n, 1785] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 38 x 24 cm
 Attested copy of the rule of court, and of the award of the referrees, to ascertain the propriety of the demand of John Harrison, cordwainer, late of the city of Charleston, ... against John Gill, John Ashburner, and Robert Oakley, ... In the Common Pleas of Philadelphia county. .... December term, 1796. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 35 x 21 cm
 Description of the regimental, battalion and company boundaries. : From Schuylkill along Shipley's Lane and Turner's Lane to Germantown Road, ... [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by Steiner and Kammerer, No. 85, Race-street., [between 1793 and 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 20 cm
 Guardians of the poor, for the city and liberties of Philadelphia, their districts and places of abode. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., ca. 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 39 x 25 cm
 To [blank] and the other citizens in the county of [blank]. : Friends and fellow citizens, the great blessings enjoyed by the inhabitants of the United States, under the present constitution, must excite a wish, in the bosom of every good citizen, to promote such measures, as are most likely to render those blessings permanent. That this cannot be obtained without a wise and virtuous representation in Congress, ... [Philadelphia, Pa.: s.n., 1792] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 20 cm
 To the public. Friends and countrymen, : the benefits of a well-regulated news-paper, is so obvious and singular an advantage, to the public in general, ... A number of gentlemen, impressed with this idea, have determined to give their assistance to publish a news-paper in this city, under the title of The evening chronicle, or, the Philadelphia advertiser. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1787] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 37 x 23 cm
 By the United States in Congress assembled. Monday, October 1, 1787. : On a report of the Board of Treasury to whom was recommitted their report on the memorial of Arnold Henry Dohrman: resolved, that Arnold Henry Dohrman be reimbursed the sum of five thousand eight hundred and six dollars, and seventy-two ninetieths of a dollar, with interest, ... being the amount of sundry disbursements by him made for the relief of American prisoners, ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1787] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 40 x 24 cm
 Rules of the Amicable Society of Richmond. : Whereas it frequently happens that people in distress, natives and strangers, for whom the law has not made provision, are found in this city, destitute ... a number of gentlemen, actuated by these considerations, as well as by a desire of promoting a friendly intercourse with each other, having met at the Richmond Coffee-House, on the 13th day of December, 1788, resolve to institute, ... a society, by the name of the Amicable Society of Richmond, ... [Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1788] [4] p. ; 35 cm
 In Council of Safety. Lancaster, November 7, 1777. : Whereas the great quantities of whiskey, made and consumed in this common-wealth, and the enormous price at which it is sold, is attended with many inconveniences and dangers, more especially that of raising the price of bread corn, ... Lancaster [Pa.]: : Printed by Francis Bailey., [1777] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm
 First Battalion of Pennsylvania Loyalists, commanded by His Excellency Sir William Howe, K.B. : All intrepid, able-bodied heroes, who are willing to serve His Majesty King George the Third, in defence of their country, laws, and constitution, against the arbitrary usurpations of a tyrannical Congress, ... [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by James Humphreys, junr. in Market-street, between Front and Second-streets., [1777] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 27 x 19 cm
 State of Pennsylvania. An act for amending the penal laws of this state. [Philadelphia, Pa.: s.n, 1786] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 43 x 27 cm
 Philadelphia, 6th of 12th mo. 1793. A committee of Friends this day attended each house of the legislature of this state, : with the following address and petition. To the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The address and petition of the people called Quakers. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1793] 1 sheet (2 p.) ; 32 x 20 cm. (folio)
 A sermon, preached at the execution of Moses Paul, an Indian; : who was executed at New-Haven, on the second of September, 1772; for the murder of Mr. Moses Cook, late of Waterbury, on the 7th of December, 1771. : Preached at the desire of said Paul. / By Samson Occom, minister of the Gospel, and missionary to the Indians.. New-Haven; : Printed and sold by Thomas and Samuel Green., [1772?] [4], 5-36 p. ; 18 cm. (12mo)
 Treasury Department, May 12th, 1791. (Circular) : Sir, I am instructed by the Secretary of the Treasury, to transmit you the enclosed form of a return of outward tonnage, which he desires to have made up at each custom-house in the United States, ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1791] [2] leaves ; 22 x 20 cm.
 Cur für den wüthenden Hundsbiss. [Pennsylvania? : s.n., ca. 1790] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 9 x 21 cm.
 Quinta essentia solis Hallensis, oder Gold-Tinctur von Halle. / Johann Löhmann. [Pennsylvania? : s.n., ca. 1770] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 22 cm
 Something concerning Agbarus, Prince of the Edesseans; : with his Epistle to Christ; and Christ's Epistle in answer thereto. Also Paul's Epistle to the Laodiceans, with the manner of his death and his exhortation to his persecutors. A catalogue of those Scriptures mentioned; but not inserted in the Bible. As also, how several Scriptures are corrupted by the translators: with the difference betwixt the old and new translations. Reprinted in Philadelphia : [by Reinier Jansen], 1701.. 16 p. ; 16 cm. (8vo)
 Ein schönes Jesu Lied. [Pennsylvania? : s.n., ca. 1800?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 24 x 21 cm
 Von dem Leiden Christi. [Ephrata, Pa.? : s.n., 177-?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 20 cm.
 Hesekiel 16, 60. : Ich will aber gedenken an meinem Bund, den ich mit dir gemacht habe, zu Zeit deiner Jugend, und will mit dir einen ewigen Bund aufrichten. [Germantown : C. Sower, 1763] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 20 x 25 cm
 Die berühmte Gold-Tinctur wird ächt und zuverlässig verfertigt / von Friedrich Heimberger, Deutschem Apotheker, Chymisten und Drogisten, Num. 200, in der Nord-Zweyten-Strasse, oberhalb der Wein-Strasse, zu Philadelphia, Zum Schilde des Goldenen Löwens und Mörsels. [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., ca. 1800] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 19 x 14 cm
 [At a meet]ing of a large number of respectable [inhabi]tants of the county of West-Chester, : held [at] the court-house in Bedford, on the 25th [d]ay of June, 1792, for the purpose of considering the decisions of the majority of the committee of canvassers at the last election, relative to the ballots from Otsego, Tioga, and Clinton counties, W[m]. Miller, Esq. in the chair, the following resolves were unanimously adopted-- ... [Bedford, Westchester County, N.Y.? : s.n., 1792] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm.
 The Western almanac, for the year of our Lord 1794 ... / The astronomical calculations by James M'Cormick, professor of mathematicks in Dickinson College, Carlisle. Carlisle [Pa.]: : Printed by George Kline., [1793] [36] p. : ill. ; 18 cm.
 Providence to wit. To the sheriff, his deputy, or to either of the Town-serjeants, or constables, in the county of Providence, [blank] greeting ... [Rhode Island? : s.n., 1790?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 20 cm.
 Rudiments of English grammar : containing I. The different kinds, relations, and changes of words. II. Syntax, or the right construction of sentences. With an appendix, comprehending a table of verbs irregularly inflected; remarks on some grammatical figures; rules of punctuation; a praxis on the grammar, and examples of true and false construction. / By Mr. Harrison. Philadelphia: : printed for the teachers and booksellers., 1798.. v, [2], 8-104 p. ; 15 cm. (12mo)
 This is to certify, that [blank] : of the township of [blank], in the county of Dauphin, and district of Pennsylvania, hath paid the duty of [blank] dollars upon a [blank] wheel carriage, called a [blank] and owned by him, having [blank] top on, to be drawn by [blank] horse, for the conveyance of more than one person, for the year to end on the 30th of September, 179[blank] [blank] Collector of the Revenue, Third Division, Survey No. 3, Pennsylvania. [Pennsylvania : s.n., not after 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 22 x 17 cm.
 A table of the first year's interest to be paid on monies which have been placed in the several Continental loan-offices between the 1st of March and 1st of September 1778, : calculated for each day on which the money may have been lent, in pursuance of a resolution of Congress of the 29th of June, 1779: [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1779] 7, [1] p. ; 19 cm. (8vo)
 Report of the appropriations of the several branches of the revenues of the state, : with the particular acts of the legislature by which they were appropriated, together with a view of the products and applications thereof generally. Philadelphia: : Printed by Hall and Sellers., [1788] 4 p. ; 31 cm.
 Ich verspreche und verbinde mich hiermit ... zu bezahlen ... an ... die völlige Summ von ... Geld, wie es in Pensylvania ... den ... Tag ... des Jahres 17 ... . [Pennsylvania? : s.n., not before 1738?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 21 cm.
 Brigade orders. Huntingdon, Sept. 27, 1798. : The militia of the county of Huntingdon, are hereby notifyed and required, to meet in regiments ... at the several places, and on the several days herein after mentioned, at ten o'clock in the morning of each day. ... [Huntingdon, Pa. ? : s.n., 1798?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 29 x 16 cm.
 Trauer-Gesang über eine Mordthat, : die ein Bräutigam an seiner Braut verübt. 1788.. [Pennsylvania? : s.n., 179-?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 No. [blank] United States Loan Office, State of Massachusetts, [blank] 179[blank] Received of Nathaniel Appleton, commissioner of loans, : [blank] certificate No. [blank] ammounting to [blank] in the [blank] per cent. stock, by virtue of a transfer of [blank] dollars [blank]/100 from [blank] to [blank] [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., 1791] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 19 cm.
 (Circular.) Treasury Department, June 16th, 1797. : Sir, Herewith you will receive an act of Congress, passed at the present session, entituled, "An act prohibiting for a limited time the exportation of arms and ammunition, and for encouraging the importation thereof." ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1797] [4] p. ; 24 cm. (4to)
 Land for sale. : Pursuant to the last will and testament of Doctor Samuel Cooper, late of Philadelphia, deceased, will be offered for sale, at public vendue, on the 1st day of the 6th month June next, if fair, if not, the next fair day. All the real estate of the said Doctor Cooper, consisting of two settlements situate in Talbot County ... The premises will be shewn by the subscriber, who will attend at Lewis-town, near the premises, at 11 o'clock on the day of sale. / Tristram Needles, attorney in fact to the executors of Dr. Cooper, deceased. [Easton, Md.? : s.n., not before 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 15 x 18 cm.
 Port of Philadelphia, in the Province of Pennsylvania. These are to certify all whom it doth concern, : that [blank] master or commander of the ship or vessel, called the [blank] burthen [blank] tons, navigated with [blank] men, [blank] built, and bound for [blank] hath here loaden and taken on board [blank] And hath also here given bond, with one sufficient surety, in the sum of [blank] pounds, with condition, that if the said goods shall not be landed in any part of Europe, to the northward of Cape-Finisterre, except in Great-Britain or Ireland; and that the said master, or his surety, shall, within [blank] months from the date hereof, produce and deliver, or cause to be produced and delivered, unto the collector of His Majesty's Customs where such goods shall have been laden, a certificate, under the [blank] testifying the landing thereof. Given under our hands, and seals of office, at Philadelphia, the [blank] day of [blank] 176[blank] Certificate for a ship that gives bond in the plantations, to carry iron and lumber, agreeable to the Acts of the 4th of Geo. III. Cap. 15, and 5th Geo. III. Cap. 45. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1768] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 22 cm.
 The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, : translated out of the original Greek: and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Appointed to be read in churches. Wilmingt[on, Del.]: : Printed and , [not after 1799] 336 p. ; 17 cm. (12mo)
 Grammatical institutes: or, An easy introduction to Dr. Lowth's English grammar: : designed for the use of schools, and to lead young gentlemen and ladies into the knowledge of the first principles of the English language. / By John Ash, L.L.D. With an appendix, containing, I. The declension of irregular and defective verbs.--II. The applicaton of the grammatical institutes.--III. Some useful observations on the elipses.--IV. Exercises of bad English.--V. Lessons on the English language. To which are added, select lessons, to instil just sentiments of virtue into youth. And a collection of books, proper for young gentlemen and ladies, to shorten the path to knowledge. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : London, printed: Philadelphia, re-printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank, No. 87, High-street,, 1793. xxii, [1], 24-216 p. ; 13 cm. (12mo)
 Eine unerhörte That von einem Mörder, genannt Philip Beppel, : Welcher gewohnet in Maryland, an der Pfeif-Kriek, nicht weit von Friedrichtaun, und hat im 1785sten Jahre, den 7ten Tag May, seine eigene Frau, welche schwanger war, und 4 Kinder mit einer Axt erschlagen, und sich selber in den Halss geschnitten und gedachte sich zu entleiben ... / In ein Lied verfasst von Heinrich Otto. [Philadelphia, Pa. ? : s.n., ca. 1785?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 46 x 30 cm
 Advertisement. Philadelphia, March 17, 1763. Imported and to be sold, by Daniel Williams, in Chesnut-Street near Front-Street: a great assortment of the best boulting cloths : Millers and other, who are not skill'd in chusing them, may (by informing him what branch of the boulting business they are wanted for) depend on being supplied with cloths suitable for any, and every branch of the boulting business, with particular directions respecting boulting mills, and cloths if desired; said Williams has had long experience in boulting and boulting cloths. Who has also to sell, several pair of the best Cologne mill stones, for grinding wheat. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1763] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 26 x 20 cm.
 Der Psalter des königs und propheten Davids, / verteutschet von D. Martin Luther; mit kurtzen Summarien oder Inhalt jedes Psalmen. Und mit vielen Parallelen oder gleichen Schriftstellen. Philadelphia: : Gedruckt bey Carl Cist, in der Markt-strasse,, 1784.. 252 p. ; 14 cm. (12mo)
 Norwich Mutual Assurance Company, for Insuring Buildings from Loss by Fire. : This policy witnesseth, that [blank] having become, and by these presents becoming a member, of the Mutual Assurance Company of the city of Norwich, pursuant to a deed of settlement, bearing date the fifteenth day of December one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. And for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] ... Norwich [Conn.]: : Printed, by Thomas Hubbard., M,DCC,XCVIII. [1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 54 x 44 cm.
 Ein Neues Lied zur Warnung aller Leute. : Mel. Es ist gewisslich an der Zeit. [Pennsylvania? : s.n, ca. 1800] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 38 x 24 cm
 By His Excellency Joseph Reed. Esq; president, and the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a proclamation. Whereas the unhappy disputes which have subsisted between this state and that of Virginia, touching the western boundary of this state ... Given ... at Philadelphia, this twenty-eighth day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy-nine. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by Hall and Sellers, 1779. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 43 x 29 cm
 Philadelphia, June 30, 1787. : By virtue of a precept from the trustees of the General Loan-Office of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to me directed, will be exposed to sale, by public vendue, at the old coffee-house in the city of Philadelphia, on Wednesday, the 1st day of August next, at 7 o'clock in the evening, a certain three story brick messuage or tenement, and lot or piece of ground, situate on the west side of Fourth-street ... late the estate of John Andrew Messersmith, / and to be sold by Joseph Cowperthwait, sheriff. Philadelphia [Pa.], : Printed by Charles Cist, in Race-street, between Front and Second-streets., [1787] 1 sheet ; 35 x 22 cm
 My last respects and farewell, to the late and great hero Geo. Washington; : with two remarks on other subjects, and a prayer to the Almighty God.. Albany, : [s.n.], 4th of July, 1800.. 7, [1] p. ; 21 cm. (8vo)
 Columbian Museum,head of the Mall, Boston. : Paintings. ... Wax-work. ... Musical clocks. ... Natural curiosities. ... Music, on the grand piano forte, by Mr. Dolliver. (Every Tuesday and Thursday evening.) Menage of living animals. ... Mr. Bowen informs the public, that since the late elegant and expensive additions have been made to the Columbian Museum, it is universally allowed to be the most entertaining place of amusement in the United States. The museum is opened every day, and illuminated every Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday evening. Price of admittance, half a dollar. Children, 25 cents. Boston [Mass.]: : Printed at the Columbian Museum Press; head of the Mall., [ca. 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 57 x 46 cm.
 The children's friend. / Translated from the French of M. Berquin. ; Vol. I.. Printed at Boston; : by Thomas Hall, State Street., 1795.. 276 p. ; 17 cm. (12mo)
 This day is published, and to be sold by John Sparhawk and John Dunlap, : in Philadelphia, price ten shillings neatly bound, Juliet Grenville: or, The history of the human heart. (Three volumes, elegantly printed in two.) / By Mr. Brooke, author of The fool of quality. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1774] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 43 x 27 cm.
 Lawyers and bullfrogs. : A song.. [Connecticut? : s.n., 179-?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 16 cm.
 The voice of the dove. : The sweet voice of piety, and more particularly that of early piety, articulated. And some notes of it exhibited, in certain memoirs of Mr. Robert Kitchen, a desireable youth, who expired at Salem. 20. d. VII m. 1716. Boston, : Printed by John Allen, for Daniel Henchman, and sold at his [...] head of King-street o-[... ] Brick meeting-[house., 1717.] [2], 58 p. ; 13 cm. (12mo)
 Two questions, : Viz. I. Whether an account of the work of grace is to be required of those that are admitted to full communion in the church? II. Whether the whole church is to be judge thereof? Judiciously answered. / By Mr. Thomas Shepard, sometimes a famous pastor of the church of Cambridge, in New-England. [Two lines of Scripture from Heb. 13.7] Boston in N.E. : Printed and sold by Bartholomew Green, and John Allen,, 1697. 15, [1] p. ; 15 cm. (12mo)
 People earnestly urged to be happy: or, A minister's address to his people, by way of intreaty, that they receive not the grace of God in vain: : Deliver'd in Andover, the South Parish, at the opening of a lecture there, viz. on Wednesday, the 14th day of March 1738,9. And now dedicated to the inhabitants of said parish. / By Samuel Phillips, M.A. and Pastor of the South Church in Andover. ; Publish'd at the desire of some who heard it. Boston: : Printed by S. Kneeland & T. Green, for D. Henchman, in Cornhill., 1739. [4], iii, [1], 36, [4] p. ; 14 cm. (12mo)
 [Meditations] [Boston? : s.n., not before 1712] 3-20 p. ; 15 cm. (8vo)
 The new help to discourse: or, Wit and mirth intermix'd with more serious matters, : consisting of pleasant philosophical, physical, historical, moral and political questions and answers: With proverbs, epitaphs, epigrams, riddles, poesies, rules for behaviour, &c. : With several wonders, and varieties: particularly, a concise history of all the kings of England, from the Norman Conquest, down to King George. : Together with, directions for the true knowledge of several matters concerning astronomy, holy-days, and husbandry, in a plain method. / By W.W. gent. London : - Printed by B.H. and sold by Peter Parker, and most booksellers., - 1716. [6], 138 p. ; 15 cm. (8vo)
 Houses and lots for sale : By the subscriber in the town of West-Chester, Chester County, 25 miles from Philadelphia, on the great state road leading westward, ... The above houses and lots will be exposed to public sale on the 21st and 22nd days of February next at two o'clock when the conditions will be made known. Possession will be given the first day of April next. The titles are indisputable. / John Kinnard. January 23rd 1797. West-Chester [Pa.]: : Printed by Derrick & Sharples., [1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 20 cm.
 At a meeting of the committees appointed by the New-York and United Insurance companies, : and by the meeting of individual underwriters in this city, held pursuant to public notice; Resolved unanimously, as the sense of these committees, that during the present critical & alarming situation of public affairs, it will be inexpedient for the insurance companies & individual underwriters in this city, to insure American property against capture or detention by any foreign power, or the consequences thereof. Resolved, that the presidents of the said two companies & Mr. Verplanck, be a committee to communicate the above resolution to the underwriters in the several sea ports of the United States, in such manner as they shall think most proper, and to correspond with them upon such matters as may affect the common interest of the insurers. / James Watson, chairman. New-York, April 18, 1796. [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 1796] [4] p. ; 25 cm.
 John Kean, on the corner of Market and Third Streets. : Philadelphia, [blank] 1783. [blank] bought of John Kean, [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1783] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 23 x 21 cm.
 United States Lottery. No. [blank] Class the fourth. : The bearer of this ticket will be entitled to such prize as shall belong thereto in the fourth class of the Lottery of the United States, agreeable to a resolution of Congress, passed in Philadelphia Nov. 18, 1776. [Philadelphia, Pa. : John Dunlap, 1776] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 5 x 14 cm.
 The catechism of nature: : for the use of children. / By Dr. Martinet, professor of philosophy at Zutphen. Translated from the Dutch.. [Carlisle, Pa.] : Philadelphia, printed -- Carlisle: Re-printed and sold by George Kline., 1792.. 80 p. ; 15 cm. (12mo)
 Shipped in good order, and well-conditioned, : by [blank] in and upon the good [blank] called the [blank] whereof is master for this present voyage [blank] and now riding at anchor in the [blank] and bound for [blank] ... Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by B. Franklin, and D. Hall, at the New-Printing-Office., [1759?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 16 x 21 cm.
 Philadelphie, [blank] Bon pour, [blank] : M[blank] A [blank] jours de vue il vous plaira payer par cette quatrieme de change, la premiere second et troisieme ne l'etant, a M[blank] ou a [blank] ordre, la somme de [blank] Valeur reçue comptant que passerez suivant l'avis de Votre très humble serviteur, [blank] A M[blank] M[blank] [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., 1782?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 11 x 28 cm.
 London, book-store, a little southward of the town-house, in Cornhill, Boston. : Henry Knox, imports and sells books in all languages, arts, and sciences, either by wholesale or retail;--some of which are the following much esteemed authors in physic and surgery. [Boston : Henry Knox, 1772?] 3, [1] p. ; 21 cm. (8vo)
 The communicant's companion: or, Instructions and helps for the right receiving of the Lord's Supper. / By Matthew Henry, Minister of the Gospel. Boston: : Re-printed by T. Fleet and T. Crump, for Samuel Gerrish, on the north side of the town-house., 1716. [8], 256 p. ; 16 cm. (8vo)
 The communicant's companion: or, Instructions and helps for the right receiving of the Lord's Supper. / By Matthew Henry, Minister of the Gospel. Boston: : Re-printed by T. Fleet and T. Crump, for Samuel Phillips, at the Three Bibles and Crown in King-Street., 1716. [8], 256 p. ; 16 cm. (8vo)
 The communicant's companion: or, Instructions and helps for the right receiving of the Lord's Supper. / By Matthew Henry, late Minister of the Gospel. Boston in New-England: : Reprinted for H. Foster near the Brick Meeting-House in Cornhill., 1731. [4], 280 p., [1] leaf of plates : port. ; 17 cm. (8vo)
 The communicant's companion: or, Instructions and helps for the right receiving of the Lord's Supper. / By Matthew Henry, late Minister of the Gospel. Boston in New-England: : Re-printed for N. Procter., 1731. [4], 280 p., [1] leaf of plates : port. ; 17 cm. (8vo)
 The communicant's companion: or, Instructions and helps for the right receiving of the Lord's Supper. / By Matthew Henry, late Minister of the Gospel. Boston: : Re-printed by S. Kneeland, for John Phillips, at his shop on the south side of the Town-House., 1723. [4], 256, [4] p. ; 16 cm. (12mo)
 The communicant's companion: or, Instructions and helps for the right receiving of the Lord's Supper. / By Matthew Henry, late Minister of the Gospel. Boston in New-England: : Reprinted for S. Kneeland in King Street., 1731. [4], 280, [4] p., [1] leaf of plates : port. ; 17 cm. (8vo)
 A token for children. : Being an exact account of the conversion, holy and exemplary lives and joyful deaths of several young children. / By James Janeway Minister of the Gospel. ; To which is added, A token for the children of New-England. Or, Some examples of children, in whom the fear of God was remarkably budding before they dyed; in several parts of New-England. ; Preserved and published for the encouragement of piety in other children. With new additions. Boston in New-England: : Printed for D. Henchman, over-against the Brick Meeting-House in Cornhill., 1728. xii, 117, [1] ; 14 cm. (12mo)
 The Christian's defence against the fears of death; : with directions how to dye well. / Written originally in French, by Charles Drelincourt. ; Abridg'd from the last French edition, by J. Spavan, M.A. ; With an account of Mrs. Veal's apparition to Mrs. Bargrave. Boston: : Re-printed for John Phillips, on the south side of the Town-House., 1725. [2], xviii, iv,136 p. ; 16 cm. (8vo)
 Christ's famous titles, and A believer's golden chain; : handled in divers sermons. : Together with A cabinet of jewels; or, A glimpse of Sion's glory; : as also Christ's voice to London. : The great day of God's wrath. : The necessity of watching and praying. : With a small treatise on death. / By William Dyer, Preacher of the Gospel. ; [Three lines from Ephesians] Boston: : Printed by S. Kneeland, and T. Green, for E. Phillips, at Charlstown., 1731. [2], i, [3], 326 p. ; 15 cm. (12mo)
 The map of man's misery. Or, The poor man's pocket-book: : being a perpetual almanack of spiritual meditations: or compleat directory for one endless week. Childhood youth manhood old age death judgment eternity for Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Lord's day. : Containing many useful instructions, exhortations and prayers, with precious remedies against Satan's devices; plainly shewing every Christian so to walk, that he may please God. Boston, : Printed by T. Fleet for D. Henchman, near the Town-House., 1732. 179, [1] p. ; 13 cm. (12mo)
 The Psalms of David, imitated in the language of the New Testament, and apply'd to the Christian state and worship. / By I. Watts, D.D. [Philadelphia] : London printed: Philadelphia: re-printed and sold by B. Franklin, at the new printing-office near the market., 1740. viii, 319, [21] p. ; 13 cm. (12mo)
 The psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs of the Old and New-Testament: / faithfully translated into English meeter: ; for the use, edification and comfort of the saints in publick and private, especially in New-England.. Boston, N.E. : Printed by S. Kneeland & T. Green, for N. Procter, in Fish street., 1737. [2], 346 p. ; 13 cm. (12mo)
 The rise and progress of religion in the soul. : Illustrated in a course of serious and practical addresses. Suited to persons of every character and circumstance. With a devout meditation or prayer added to each chapter. To all which are subjoined, a funeral sermon, preached at Maidwell, Northamptonshire, / by Philip Doddridge, D.D. Philadelphia: : Printed for and sold by T. Seddon, in Market Street., M.DCC.LXXXVIII. [1788] xiv, 316 p. ; 15 cm. (12mo)
 Nobis vicinisque. Rules and regulations for the government of the Phoenix Fire-Society, instituted at Boston, October 22, 1788. Boston: : Printed by Samuel Hall, no. 53, Cornhill., [ca. 1790] [3], 29, [10] ; 15 cm. (12mo)
 The oeconomy of human life. / Translated from an Indian manuscript, written by an ancient Bramin. ; To which is prefixed, an account of the manner in which the said manuscript was discovered ; in a letter from an English gentleman residing in China, to the Earl of*******. Philadelphia: : Printed by Robert Johnson, for B. &. J. Johnson, no. 147 High-Street., 1799. viii, 104, [2] p. ; 15 cm. (18mo)
 The American spelling book: : containing an easy standard of pronunciation. : Being the first part of A grammatical institute of the English language. In three parts. / By Noah Webster, Jun'r. Esquire. Albany [N.Y.]: : Printed by Charles R. and George Webster, and sold at their bookstore, in the White-House, corner of State and Pearl-Streets., 1798. [With privilege of copy-right.] viii, [1], 10-168 p. : ill. ; 18 cm. (12mo)
 The history of Cecilia, the beautiful nun. : From Adelaide and Theodore, or Letters on education. : To which is added, the Brazier; or, reciprocal gratitude. From The tales of the castle. Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by Stewart & Cochran, no. 34, South second Street., M,DCC,XCII. [1792] 108 p. ; 14 cm.
 A true and particular account of the situation of Richard Merrel, ; previous to his soul's receiving the evidence of foregiveness: the particulars of his death, the manner in which his soul re-entered the body after he had slept in the arms of death for the space of an hour, how he passed the four hours he remained the second time : with a wonderful account of the visions he had seen during the suspension of life. : To which is added, an exhortation, suitable to the occasion. / By the Rev. Andrew Workman, who attended him during the whole of the time. [United States] : Printed at the particular request of a number of well disposed persons., M,DCC,XCIX. [1799] 12 p. ; 18 cm.
 The faithful serving of God and our generation, the only way to a peaceful and happy death. : A sermon occasioned by the death of the Reverend Thomas Clap, (president of Yale College, in New-Haven) who departed this life, Jan. 7th, 1767; / delivered in the College-Chapel, Jan. 8th, by the Rev'd Naphtali Daggett, Livingstonian Professor of Divinity in Yale-College. New-Haven: : Printed by B. Mecom., [1767] 39, [1] p. ; 21 cm. (4to)
 Some arguments against worldly-mindedness, and needless care and trouble. : With some other useful instructions. Represented in a dialogue or discourse between two, called by the names of Mary and Martha. / By Eunice Smith, of Ashfield. Author of Answers to serious and important questions.. Boston: : Printed by E. Russell, near Liberty-stump, for Zadok King, in Conway., 1792. Price 6d. 16 p. ; 19 cm. (8vo)
 The lost and undone son of perdition; Or, The birth, life and character of Judas Iscariot. / Faithfully collected from several ancient authors of undoubted credit. Boston: : Printed and sold by William M'Alpine in Marlbrough-Street., 1768. 18, [2] p. ; 16 cm. (8vo)
 The elements of English grammar. Philadelphia: : Printed by John M'Culloch, in Third-Street, near Market-street., M.DCC.LXXX.VIII. [1788] 40 p. ; 10 cm. (16mo)
 A wonderful dream / by Doct. Watts. [New London, Conn.] : Printed and sold [by Timothy Green] in New-London., [1768?] 12 p. ; 16 cm.
 A short introduction to the Latin tongue: : for the use of the lower forms in the Latin School. Being the accidence abridg'd and compil'd in that most easy and accurate method, wherein the famous Mr. Ezekiel Cheever taught, and which he found the most advantageous by seventy years experience. : To which is added, a catalogue of irregular nouns, and of verbs, dispos'd alphabetically. Boston; New-England: : Printed by D. and J. Kneeland, opposite to the prison in Queen-Street, for J. Winter in Union-Street., 1761. 72 p. ; 16 cm. (8vo)
 Kurzgefasstes Weiber-Büchlein. : Enthält Aristotels und Alberti Magni Hebammen-Kunst, Mit den darzu gehörigen Recepten. [York, Pa.? : Salomon Mayer?], Anno 1796. 24 p. ; 17 cm. (12mo)
 At a Council held in Boston January 8. 1679. : The Council doth upon further consideration judge meet to alter the day of thanksgiving appointed to be held on Thursday January 29. to Thursday January twenty second, and doe hereby order it to be celebrated on the said twenty second of January accordingly. / By the Council, Edward Rawson secretary. [Boston, Mass. : Printed by John Foster, 1680] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. (relief cut) ; 21 x 16 cm.
 New-Englands true interest; not to lie: or, A treatise declaring from the word of truth the terms on which we stand, and the tenure by which we hold our hitherto-continued precious and pleasant things. : Shewing what the blessed God expecteth from his people, and what they may rationally look for from him. Delivered in a sermon preached in Boston in New-England, April 29. 1668. Being the day of election there. / By Mr. W. Stoughton, preacher of the Gospel in Dorchester. [Ten lines of Scripture texts] Cambridge [Mass.]: : Printed by S.G. and M.J., 1670. [4], 38, [2] p. ; 20 cm. (4to)
 William & Mary by the grace of God of England, Scotland, France and Ireland King & Queen defenders of the faith &c. : To our sherriff of our county of [blank] his under sherriff or deputy Greeting. We command you to attach the goods or estate of [blank] to the value of [blank] and for want thereof to take the body of the said [blank] (if [blank] may be found in your precinct) and [blank] safely keep, so that you have [blank] before our justices, at our next [blank] Court of [blank], to be holden at [blank] for our said county, on the [blank] Tuesday of [blank]: then and there to answer to [blank] in an action of [blank] As shall then and there appear, with dammages: and have you there this writt. / Witness [blank] Esq. At [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] In the [blank] year of our reign. Annoque Domini. 169[blank] [Boston, Mass. : Printed by Bartholomew Green?, 1694?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 18 x 24 cm.
 William the third, by the grace of God King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith &c. : To our sheriff of our county of [blank] his under sheriff or deputy, Greeting. Wee command you to attach the goods or estate of [blank] to the value of [blank] and for want thereof to take the body of the said [blank] (if [blank] may be found in your precinct) and [blank] safely keep, so that you have [blank] before our justices, at our next Inferiour Court of Common Pleas, to be holden at Boston, for our said county on the first Tuesday of [blank] next: then and there to answer to [blank] in an action [blank] As shall then and there appear, with damages: and have you there this writt. / Witness [blank] Esq. At Boston this [blank] day of [blank] In the [blank] year of our reign. 169[blank] [Boston, Mass. : Printed by Bartholomew Green and John Allen?, 1695?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 15 x 20 cm.
 William the Third by the grace of God, of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, King, defender of the faith &c. : To our sheriff of our county of [blank] or under sheriff or deputy, [blank] Greeting. Wee command you to attach the goods or estate of [blank] to the value of [blank] and for want thereof to take the body of the said [blank] (if [blank] may be found in your precinct) and [blank] safely keep, so that you have [blank] before our justices at our next [blank] Court of [blank] to be holden at [blank] for our said county of [blank] on the [blank] Tuesday of [blank] then and there to answer to [blank] in an action of [blank] which is to the damage of the said [blank] the sum of [blank] pounds, as shall then nd there appear with other due damages, and have you there this writt, with your doind therein. / Witness [blank] Esq. At [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] In the [blank] year of our reign. Annoque Domini. 169[blank] [Boston, Mass. : Printed by Bartholomew Green and John Allen?, 1698?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 16 x 20 cm.
 Suffolk. ss. Anne by the grace of God, of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, Queen, defender of the faith &c. : To our sheriff of our county of [blank] his under sheriff or deputy, Greeting. Whereas [blank] by the consideration of our justices of our Inferiour Court of Common Pleas holden at Boston, for and within our county of Suffolk aforesaid, on the first Tuesday of [blank] Recover'd judgment against [blank] for the sum of [blank] pounds [blank] shillings and [blank] pence money, [blank] and [blank] pounds [blank] shillings and [blank] pence cost of suit, as to us appears of record; whereof execution remains to be done. We command you therefore, that of the goods, chattels or lands of the said [blank] within your precinct, you cause to be paid and satisfy'd unto the said [blank] at the value thereof in money, the aforesaid sums, being [blank] pounds, [blank] shillings and [blank] pence in the whole, with two shillings more for this writ, and thereof also to satisfy your self for your own fees. And for want of goods, chattels, or lands of the said [blank] to be by [blank] shewn unto you, or found within your precinct, to the acceptance of the said [blank] to satisfy the sums aforesaid. We command you to take the body of the said [blank] and [blank] commit unto our goal in [blank] in our county of [blank] aforesaid, and detain in your custody within our said goal until [blank] pay the full sums above mentioned, with your fees, or that [blank] be discharged by the said [blank] the creditor, or otherwise by order of law. Hereof fail not, and make return of this writ with your doings therein into our said Inferiour Court of Common Pleas to be holden at Boston within our county of Suffolk aforesaid, upon the first Tuesday of [blank] next. / Witness [blank] Esq. at Boston the [blank] day of [blank] In the [blank] year of our reign. Annoque Domini. 170[blank] [Boston, Mass. : Printed by Bartholomew Green and John Allen?, 1698?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 16 x 20 cm.
 Province of the Massachusetts-Bay, ss. James Taylor, gent. treasurer and receiver general for His Majesties said province. : To [blank] constable or collector of the town of [blank] Greeting, &c. ... These are in His Majesties name to will and require you, to collect all, and every the sums of money ... Given under my hand & seal at Boston, the twelfth day of April 1697. ... [Boston, Mass. : Printed by Bartholomew Green and John Allen, 1697] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that I [blank] of [blank] have constituted, ordained and made, and in my stead and place put; and by these presents do constitute, ordain and make; and in my stead and place put [blank] to be my true, sufficient and lawful attorney, for me, and in my name and stead, ... In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the [blank] day of [blank] annoque Domini one thousand seven hundred and [blank] in the [blank] year of [blank] Majesties reign over England, &c. Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., not after 1707] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 26 x 20 cm.
 New-York, December 23, 1799. Sir, You are hereby directed to attend a company meeting of the New-York Rangers, : at Littles' Hotel, Broad-Street, on Thursday evening next, at 6 o'clock, in order to take into consideration and to determine on the following resolutions, which were duly proposed on the last meeting; and further to determine on the proper form of a canteen for each member. / By order, Aaron Levy. Resolutions. In order to keep the arms and accoutrements of the members of this company in perfect order, to oblige each member to have the same placed together, and hung up in a situation where they may easily be come at. And further, to fix upon a particular rendezvous for the company, in case of any sudden emergency; ... [New York, N.Y.] : Printed by George Forman., [1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 39 x 33 cm.
 New-York, January 4, 1800. The following are the resolutions of the New-York Rangers, which were agreed on at their meeting, held on the 28th day of December, 1799. : In order to keep the arms and accoutrements of the members of this company in perfect order; to oblige each member to have the same placed together, and hung up in a situation where they may easily be come at. And further, to fix upon a particular rendezvous for the company, in case of any sudden emergency; ... [New York, N.Y.] : George Forman, printer., [1800] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 40 x 33 cm.
 New-York, June 10, 1800. Sir, The following rules for the regulation of the company of New-York Rangers, are submitted to your consideration. : The final question will be taken on them on Saturday evening, the 14th inst. at Mr. Little's, Broad-Street, where you are requested to attend, between the hours of 7 and 8 o'clock. All laws that have been formed previous to these taking place, are to be considered null and void. / By order of commdt. Peter Brinkerhoff, orderly serjeant. The name of this company shall continue to be The New-York Rangers, and shall be subject to the following rules and regulations. ... [New York, N.Y.] : G. Forman, printer., [1800] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 41 x 33 cm.
 Prix courant. Philadelphie le [blank] 179[blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 23 x 10 cm.
 Prices current, New-York, calculated in dollars and cents. [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 1798] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 26 x 21 cm.
 Prices current at New-York [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 24 x 19 cm.
 Province of the Massachusetts Bay. By the Honourable [blank] judge of the probate of wills, : and for granting letters of administration on the estates of persons deceased, having goods, chattels, rights or credits in the county of [blank] within the province aforesaid. To [blank] Greeting. Whereas [blank] deceased, ... lately died intestate, ... I do by these presents, commit unto you full power to administer all and singular the goods, chattels, rights and credits of the said deceased; ... In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and the seal of the said Court of Probate. Dated at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] annoque Domini, 17[blank] [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., 1759?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 20 cm.
 Judge of the probate of wills, and for granting letters of administration on the estates of persons deceased, : having goods, chattels, rights or credits in the county of [blank] within the province aforesaid. To [blank] Greeting. Whereas [blank] deceased, ... lately dyed intestate, ... I do by these presents commit unto you full power to administer all and singular the goods, chattels, rights and credits of the said deceased: ... In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand, and the seal of the said Court of Probate. Dated at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini. 172[blank] [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., 1724?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 19 cm.
 Esq; judge of the Court of Probate for the district of [blank] in His Majesty's colony of Connecticut in New-England, holding the said court. : To [blank] Greeting. Whereas [blank] late of [blank] deceased, ... now lately died intestate: ... I do therefore, (trusting in your fidelity, and care) commit unto you the said [blank] full power to administer the goods, chattels, credits, and estate of the said deceased, ... In witness whereof, I have caused the clerk of the said court to sign these presents, and affix the seal of said office thereunto, this [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of His Majesty's reign. Annoque Domini, 17[blank] [New London, Conn.? : s.n., 1757?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 22 x 16 cm.
 Judge of the probate of wills, &c. for and within the county of [blank] in the province aforesaid, : To [blank] Greeting. Trusting in your care and fidelity, I do by these presents, pursuant to the power and authority to me granted, in and by an act of the General Assembly of the said province, nominate and appoint you to be guardian unto [blank] with full power and authority to ask, demand, sue for, recover, receive, and take into your custody, all and singular such part and portion of estate as accrues to [blank] in right of [blank] ... In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal of the said Court of Probate. Dated at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 176[blank] [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., 1760] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 20 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] have constituted, made and appointed, and by these presents do constitute make and appoint, my trusty and loving friend [blank] my true and lawful attorney, for me, and in my name and stead, ... In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal, the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of his Majesty's reign, annoq; Domini, one thousand seven hundred and [blank] Sealed and delivered in the presence of us, [blank] [New York State : s.n., not after 1762] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] have made, ordained and constituted, and by these presents do make ordain and constitute, and in [blank] place and stead put and depute [blank] true and lawful attorney, for [blank] and in [blank] name, and for [blank] use, ... In witness whereof [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand[blank], and seal[blank], this [blank] day of [blank] annoque Domini, 17[blank] Signed, sealed, and delivered in the presence of [blank] [Pennsylvania : s.n., not after 1776] [4] p. ; 34 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] have constituted, made and appointed, and by these presents, do constitute make and appoint my trusty and loving friend [blank] my true and lawful attorney, for me and in my name and stead, and to my use, ... In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal, the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of the Independence of the United States of America, and in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty [blank] Sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [United States : s.n., 178-] [4] p. ; 32 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] in consideration of the sum of [blank] to [blank] in hand paid at the delivery hereof, by [blank] have sold and convey'd, and do by these present sell, convey and confirm unto [blank] the said [blank] and [blank] heirs and assigns for ever [blank] To have and to hold the said granted premises with all their appurtenances, clear of all encumbrances whatsoever ... In witness whereof [blank] do hereunto set [blank] hand[blank] and seal, this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, [blank] and in the [blank] year of our Sovereign L[blank] by the grace of God [blank] &c. [blank] Signed sealed and delivered in presence of [blank] [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., not after 1733] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 21 cm.
 Know all men, : that [blank] in consideration of [blank] to [blank] in hand, paid by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge and [blank]sel[blank] fully satisfied and paid, have given, granted, bargained, and sold, and do by these presents, give, grant, bargain, sell, aliene, enfeoffe, and freely and absolutely convey and confirm, unto [blank] together with all the priviledges and appurtenances thereof. To have and to hold, to the said [blank] heirs and assigns, as free inheritance in fee simple for ever, ... In witness whereof [blank] do hereunto set [blank] hand[blank] and seal[blank] the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of his Majesty's reign. Annoque Domini, one thousand seven hundred and [blank] Signed, sealed and delivered, in presence of [blank] [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., not after 1752] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm.
 To all people to whom these presents shall come, Greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] in hand before the ensealing hereof, well and truly paid by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge and [blank]sel[blank] therewith fully satisfied and contented, and thereof, and of every part and parcel thereof, do exonerate, acquit and discharge [blank] said [blank] heirs, executors and administrators forever by these presents: have, given, granted, bargained, sold, aliened, conveyed and confirmed; and by these presents, do freely, fully and absolutely give, grant, bargain, sell, aliene, convey and confirm unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns for ever [blank] To have and to hold, the said granted and bargained premises, with all the appurtenances, priviledges and commodities to the same belonging, ... [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., not after 1754] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 x 19 cm.
 To all people to whom these presents shall come, Greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for the consideration of [blank] received to [blank] full satisfaction, of [blank] do give, grant, bargain, sell, and confirm unto the said [blank] To have and to hold the above-granted and bargained premisses, with the appurtenances thereof, unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns for ever, to [blank] and their own proper use and behoof. ... In witness whereof [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord [blank] of Great-Britain, &c. King. Annoque Domini, 175[blank] Signed, sealed, and delivered in the presence of [blank] [blank] County, [blank] day anno Domini, 175[blank] Then [blank] the grantor of the foregoing instrument personally appearing, acknowleged the same to be his free act, and deed before me. [blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1759] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 20 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] in consideration of [blank] lawful money, paid [blank] by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge, do hereby give, grant, sell and convey unto the said [blank] heirs, [blank] To have and to hold, the same to the said [blank] heirs, to [blank] use and behoof forever. ... [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., not after 1761] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] in consideration of [blank] lawful money paid [blank] by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge, do hereby give, grant, sell and convey unto the said [blank] heirs, [blank] To have and to hold, the same to the said [blank] heirs, to [blank] use and behoof forever. ... [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., not after 1761] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm.
 To all people to whom these presents shall come, Greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for the consideration of [blank] received to [blank] full satisfaction, of [blank] do give, grant, bargain, sell and confirm unto the said [blank] To have and to hold the above granted and bargained premisses, with the appurtenances thereof, unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns for ever, to [blank] and their own proper use and behoof. ... In witness whereof [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord [blank] of Great-Britain, &c. King. Anno Domini, 17[blank] Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1766] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm.
 To all people to whom these presents shall come, Greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for the consideration of [blank] received to [blank] full satisfaction, of [blank] do give, grant, bargain, sell and confirm unto the said [blank] To have and to hold the above granted and bargained premises, with the appurtenances thereof, unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns for ever, to [blank] and their own proper use and behoof. ... In witness whereof [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord [blank] of Great-Britain, &c. King. Anno Domini, 17[blank] Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [blank] ss. [blank] Personally appeared, [blank] signer and sealer of the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the same to be [blank] free act and deed, before me, [blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1767] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] lawful money of said province [blank] to [blank] in hand, paid before the delivery hereof, by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge, have given granted, bargain'd, sold and released; and by these presents do give, grant, bargain, sell, aliene, release, convey and confirm to [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns [blank] To have and to hold, the said granted premises, with the appurtenances thereof, to [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns, to [blank] proper use, benefit and behoof forever: ... In witness whereof [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal this [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of His Majesty's reign. Annoque Domini, 177[blank] Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of us, [blank] [blank] {rcub} [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] 177[blank] Then the above named [blank] personally appearing acknowledged the above written instrument to be [blank] voluntary act and deed, before me, [blank] justice peace. [New Hampshire? : s.n., not after 1773] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 19 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] in consideration of [blank] lawful money, paid [blank] by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge, do hereby give, grant, sell and convey unto the said [blank] heirs, [blank] To have and to hold the same to the said [blank] heirs, to [blank] use and behoof forever. ... [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., not after 1774] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 22 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] to [blank] in hand before the delivery hereof well and truly paid by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge have given, granted, bargained, sold, and by these presents do give, grant, bargain, sell, aliene, enfeoff, convey and confirm unto the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever [blank] To have and to hold the said granted premises, with all the privileges and appurtenances to the same appertaining to [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns, to [blank] only proper use and benefit forever, ... [New Hampshire? : s.n., not after 1775] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm.
 To all people to whom these presents shall come: Greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for the consideration of [blank] received to [blank] full satisfaction, of [blank] do give, grant, bargain, sell, and confirm unto the said [blank] To have and to hold, the above granted and bargained premises, with the appurtenances thereof, unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever, to [blank] and their own proper use and behoof. ... In witness whereof, [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third, of Great-Britain, &c. King: annoque Domini, 17[blank] Signed sealed and delivered, in the presence of [blank] Personally appeared [blank] signer and sealer of the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the same to be [blank] free act and deed, before me, [blank] [Connecticut? : s.n., 1776?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 x 18 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] in consideration of [blank] lawful money, paid [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge, do hereby give, grant, sell and convey unto the said [blank] heirs, [blank] To have and to hold, the same to the said [blank] heirs, to [blank] use and behoof forever. ... [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., not after 1780] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm.
 To all people to whom these presents shall come: Greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for the consideration of [blank] received to [blank] full satisfaction of [blank] do give, grant, bargain, sell, and confirm unto the said [blank] To have and to hold, the above granted and bargained premises, with the appurtenances thereof, unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever, to [blank] and their own proper use and behoof. ... In witness whereof, [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord 17[blank] Signed, sealed, and delivered, in the presence of [blank] Personally appeared, [blank] ss [blank] signer and sealer of the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the same to be [blank] free act and deed, before me, [blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1784] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 x 21 cm.
 This indenture, made the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and [blank] : between [blank] of the first part, and [blank] of the second part, witnesseth, that the said [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] to [blank] in hand paid by the said [blank] at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof [blank] do [blank] hereby acknowledge, [blank] granted, bargained and sold, and by the presents [blank] grant, bargain and sell, unto the said [blank] all that [blank] Together with all and singular profits, commodities, hereditaments and appurtenances whatsoever unto the premises belonging, or in anywise appertaining, ... to have and to hold, the premises aforesaid, ... In witness whereof, the parties to these present indentures, have interchangeably set their hands and seals, the day and year first above written. Sealed and delivered, in the presence of [blank] [New York State : s.n., not after 1785] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 x 38 cm.
 To all people to whom these presents shall come, Greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for the consideration of [blank] received to [blank] full satisfaction of [blank] do give, grant, bargain, sell and confirm unto the said [blank] To have and to hold the above granted and bargained premises, with the appurtenances thereof, unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns for ever, to [blank] and their own proper use and behoof. ... In witness whereof, [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini 17[blank] Signed, sealed and delivered, in the presence of [blank] [blank] County, ss. [blank] Personally appeared [blank] signer and sealer of the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the same to be [blank] free act and deed, before me, [blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1786] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 21 cm.
 Laws of the United States of America; comprising the acts of the second session of the First Congress--and the treaties. America. Exeter (New-Hampshire) : Printed by Henry Ranlet, for the general court of said state--and sold at his office-- 1792. [2], 161-700 p. ; 24 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] to [blank] in hand before delivery hereof, well and truly paid by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge, have given, granted, bargained, sold, and by these presents do give, grant, bargain, sell, aliene, enfeoff, convey and confirm unto the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever [blank] To have and to hold the said granted premises, with all the privileges and appurtenances to the same belonging to [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns, to [blank] only proper use and benefit forever: ... [New Hampshire? : s.n., not after 1789] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 19 cm.
 To all people to whom these presents shall come: Greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for the consideration of [blank] received to [blank] full satisfaction of [blank] do give, grant, bargain, sell, and confirm unto the said [blank] To have and to hold, the above granted and bargained premises, with the appurtenances thereof, unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever, to [blank] and [blank] own proper use and behoof. ... In witness whereof, [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 179[blank] Signed, sealed, and delivered, in the presence of [blank] Personally appeared, [blank] signer and sealer of the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the same to be [blank] free act and deed, before me, [blank] [Danbury, Conn.] : Printed and sold in Danbury, by Douglas & Ely., [not after 1792] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 20 cm.
 To all people to whom these presents shall come, Greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for the consideration of [blank] received to [blank] full satisfaction of [blank] do give, grant, bargain, sell and confirm unto the said [blank] To have and to hold the above granted and bargained premises, with the appurtenances thereof, unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns for ever, to [blank] and their own proper use and behoof. ... In witness whereof [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini 17[blank] Signed, sealed and delivered, in the presence of [blank] [blank] County, ss. [blank] Personally appeared [blank] signer and sealer of the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the same to be [blank] free act and deed, before me, [blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1792] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 35 x 21 cm.
 To all people to whom these presents shall come, Greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for the consideration of [blank] received to [blank] full satisfaction of [blank] do give, grant, bargain, sell, and confirm unto the said [blank] To have and to hold, the above granted and bargained premises, with the appurtenances thereof, unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever, to [blank] and their own proper use and behoof. ... [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1792] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm.
 To all people to whom these presents shall come: Greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for the consideration of [blank] received to [blank] full satisfaction of [blank] do give, grant, bargain, sell, and confirm unto the said [blank] To have and to hold, the above granted and bargained premises, with the appurtenances thereof unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever, to [blank] and their own proper use and behoof. ... In witness whereof [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini 17[blank] Signed, sealed and delivered, in the presence of [blank] [blank] ss [blank] Personally appeared [blank] signer and sealer of the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the same to be h[blank] free act and deed, before me [blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm.
 To all people to whom these presents shall come, Greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for the consideration of [blank] received to [blank] full satisfaction of [blank] do give, grant, bargain, sell and confirm unto the said [blank] To have and to hold the above granted and bargained premises, with the appurtenances thereof, unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns for ever, to [blank] and their own proper use and behoof. ... In witness whereof, [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 17[blank] Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [blank] County, ss. [blank] Personally appeared [blank] signer and sealer of the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the same to be [blank] free act and deed, before me, [blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm.
 To all people to whom these presents shall come, Greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for divers good causes and considerations, moving [blank] remised, released, and for ever quit-claimed, and by these presents for [blank] heirs [blank] fully, clearly, and absolutely remise, release, and for ever quit-claim unto [blank] heirs and assigns for ever, all such right, estate, title, interest and demand whatsoever, as [blank] the said [blank] or to [blank] or ought to have, in [blank] To have and to hold [blank] unto the said [blank] heirs and assigns, to the only use and behoof of the said [blank] ... In witness whereof, [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 179[blank] Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [blank] ss. [blank] Personally appeared [blank] signer and sealer of the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the same to be h[blank] free act and deed, before me [blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 19 cm.
 To all people to whom these presents shall come: Greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for the consideration of [blank] received to full satisfaction of [blank] do give, grant, bargain, sell, and confirm unto the said [blank] To have and to hold the above granted and bargained premises, with the appurtenances thereof, unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever, to [blank] and their own proper use and behoof. ... In witness whereof, [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini 17[blank] Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [blank] ss [blank] Personally appeared, [blank] signer and sealer of the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the same to be h[blank] free act and deed, before me [blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 19 cm.
 To all people to whom these presents shall come, Greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for the consideration of [blank] received to [blank] full satisfaction of [blank] do give, grant, bargain, sell and confirm unto the said [blank] To have and to hold the above granted and bargained premises, with the appurtenances thereof, unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns for ever, to [blank] and their own proper use and behoof. ... In witness whereof, [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 17[blank] Signed, sealed and delivered, in the presence of [blank] [blank] County, ss. [blank] Personally appeared [blank] signer and sealer of the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the same to be [blank] free act and deed before me, [blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm.
 To all people to whom these presents shall come, Greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for the consideration of [blank] received to [blank] full satisfaction of [blank] do give, grant, bargain, sell and confirm unto the said [blank] To have and to hold the above granted and bargained premises, with the appurtenances thereof, unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns for ever, to [blank] and their own proper use and behoof. ... In witness whereof, [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 17[blank] Signed, sealed and delivered, in the presence of [blank] [blank] County, ss. [blank] Personally appeared [blank] signer and sealer of the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the same to be [blank] free act and deed before me, [blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 17982] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm.
 To all people to whom these presents shall come: Greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] current money of the commonwealth aforesaid, to [blank] in hand paid, before the ensealing hereof, by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge and [blank] fully satisfied, contented and paid: have given, granted, bargained, sold, aliened, released, conveyed and confirmed, and by these presents, do freely, clearly, and absolutely give, grant, bragain [sic], sell, alien, release, convey and confirm unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever, [blank] To have and to hold, the before-granted premises, with the appurtenances and privileges thereunto belonging, to [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns: ... In witness whereof, have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and ninety [blank] [Massachusetts : s.n., not after 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 19 cm.
 To all people, to whom these presents shall come. Greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for the consideration of [blank] received to [blank] full satisfaction of [blank] do bargain, sell, grant, convey and confirm unto the said [blank] To have and to hold, the above bargained and granted premises, with the appurtenances and privileges thereto belonging unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns, to [blank] and their own proper use and behoof forevermore. ... In witness whereof, [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and ninety [blank] Signed, sealed, and delivered, in presence of [blank] [New York State : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 41 x 33 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] in consideration of [blank] paid [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge, and for divers other good causes and considerations [blank] hereunto moving, do for [blank]sel[blank] and [blank] heirs, remise, release, sell and forever quit claim unto the said [blank] Together with all the estate, right, title, use, porperty, claim and demand whatsoever of [blank] the said [blank] which [blank] now have, or at any time heretofore had, ... To have and to hold all the aforegranted and bargained premises, with the appurtenances, to [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever, ... In witness whereof, [blank] the said [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety [blank] Signed, sealed, and delivered, in presence of us, [blank] [Vermont : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 21 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] to [blank] in hand, before the delivery hereof, well and truly paid by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge, have given, granted, bargained, sold, and by these presents do give, grant, bargain, sell, aliene, enfeoff, convey and confirm unto the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever [blank] To have and to hold the said granted premises, with all the privileges and appurtenances to the same belonging to [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns, to [blank] only proper use and benefit forever. ... In witness whereof [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal; this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-[blank] Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [New Hampshire : s.n., 178-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 19 cm.
 This indenture, made this [blank] of [blank] in the year of our Lord 179[blank] between [blank] of the County of [blank] and Territory of the United States North-West of the river Ohio of the first part and [blank] of the other part, witnesseth that the said [blank] for and in consideration of [blank] dollars to him in hand well and truly paid at or before the ensealing and delivery hereof by the said [blank] the receipt whereof the said [blank] doth hereby acknowledge and thereof and therefrom doth clearly acquit exonerate and discharge the said [blank] his executors administrators have given, granted, bargained, sold, aliened, released, conveyed and confirmed ... In witness whereof the said [blank] together with [blank] his wife who hereby relinquishes her right of dower in the premises have hereunto severally set their hands and affixed their seals the day and year aforesaid. [blank] Sealed and delivered in the presence of, [blank] [Ohio : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 20 cm.
 To all whom these presents shall come, : the minister, elders and deacons of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Caughnawaga, in the County of Montgomery, send greeting: Know ye, that we the said minister, elders and deacons, for the consideration of [blank] of lawful money of the state of New-York, to us in hand paid, by [blank] the receipt whereof we do hereby acknowledge, have given and granted, and by these presents, do give and grant to the said [blank] in the church aforesaid. To hold, to the said [blank] heirs and assigns, for ever; subject to the rules, orders and regulations of the church aforesaid. In testimony whereof, we have caused our said minister to set his hand to these presents, and our common seal, to be hereunto affixed, this [blank] day of [blank] 1796. Johnstown [N.Y.]: : J. Dockstader's print.,[1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 15 x 19 cm.
 I do hereby certify, that [blank] hath voluntarily taken and subscribed the [blank] of allegiance and fidelity, as directed by an act of General Assembly of Pennsylvania, passed the 13th day of June, A.D. 1777. Witness my hand and seal, the [blank] day of [blank] A.D. [blank] York-Town [i.e. York, Pa.] : Printed by Hall and Sellers., 1778. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 11 x 17 cm.
 I do hereby certify, that [blank] hath voluntarily taken and subscribed the oath of allegiance and fidelity, as directed by an act of General Assembly of Pennsylvania, passed the fifth day of December, A.D. 1778. Witness my hand and seal, the [blank] day of [blank] A.D. [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by F. Bailey., [1779] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 11 x 17 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that I [blank] of [blank] in the County of [blank] in the Colony of Rhode-Island, &c. [blank] am holden and obliged unto John Wanton, George Goulding, Jahleel Brenton, Daniel Updike, John Gardner and James Sheffield. Esqrs. trustees for said colony, in the sum of [blank] pounds in bills of public credit of said colony, to be paid to said trustees, or to their successors in said office. For which payment I bind my self my heirs executors and administrators firmly by these presents. Sealed with my seal. Dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the twelfth year of his Majesty's reign, annoq; Domini, 173[blank] The condition of the above obligation is such, that if the said [blank] his executors or administrators shall pay unto the said trustees or their successors in said office, the sum of [blank] in bills of publick credit as aforesaid at or before the [blank] day of [blank] A.D. 17[blank] then this obligation shall be void, and said sum shall discharge one tenth part of the principle sum of a mortgage bearing equal date herewith: but upon failure shall be in full force. Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [Rhode Island : s.n., not after 1739] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 16 x 19 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] held and firmly bound unto [blank] in the full and just sum of [blank] to be paid to the said [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators, or assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made and done, [blank] bind [blank] heirs, executors and administrators [blank] firmly by these presents. Sealed with [blank] seal and dated this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, one thousand seven hundred and [blank] The condition of the above obligation is such, that if the above bound [blank] do and shall well and truly pay, or cause to be paid unto the said [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators, or assigns, the just and full sum of [blank] at or upon the [blank] of [blank] next ensuing the date hereof, without fraud or further delay. Then the above obligation to be void, else to remain in full force and virtue in law. Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [Baltimore, Md.] : Printed and sold by Enoch Story, living in Baltimore:, [not after 1775] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 20 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that, [blank] held and firmly bound unto [blank] in the sum of [blank] to be paid to the said [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators, or assigns: to which payment well and truly to be made, [blank] heirs, executors and administrators, [blank] firmly by these presents. Sealed with [blank] seal, dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and [blank] The condition of the obligation is such, that if the above bounden [blank] heirs, or administrators, or any of them, shall and do well and truly pay, or cause to be paid, to the above named [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators or assigns, the just and full sum of [blank] without fraud or further delay, then the above obligation to be void, or else to be and remain in full force and virtue. Sealed and delivered in the presence of us, [blank] Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Robert Smith, for William Woodhouse., [not after 1788] [4] p. ; 34 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that, [blank] held and firmly bound unto [blank] in the sum of [blank] lawful money of the State of New-York, [blank] to be paid to said [blank] or to [blank] certain attorney, heirs, executors, administrators or assigns; to the which payment, well and truly to be made, [blank] bind [blank] heirs, executors and administrators, and each and every of them, [blank] firmly by these presents. Sealed with [blank] seal dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-[blank] The condition of this obligation is such, that if the above bounden [blank] heirs, executors or administrators, shall and do well and truly pay or cause to be paid unto the above named [blank] heirs, executors, administrators or assigns, the just and full sum of [blank] without any fraud or other delay, then this obligation to be void and of none effect; otherwise to remain in full force and virtue. Sealed & delivered in the presence of [blank] Cooperstown [N.Y.]: : Printed by E. Phinney, first door east of the the court-house, where all kinds of printing, is xecuted [sic] with neatness and dispatch., [not after 1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 20 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] held and firmly bound unto [blank] in the sum of [blank] to be paid to the said [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators, or assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made [blank] heirs, executors and administrators, [blank] firmly by these presents. Sealed with [blank] seal. Dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and ninety [blank] The condition of this obligation is such, that if the above bounden [blank] heirs, executors, administrators, or any of them, shall and do well and truly pay, or cause to be paid, unto the above named [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators or assigns, the just sum of [blank] without any fraud or further delay, then the above obligation to be void, or else to be and remain in full force and virtue. Sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1797] [4] p. ; 35 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] held and firmly bound unto [blank] in the sum of [blank] to be paid to the said [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators or assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made [blank] heirs, executors and administrators, [blank] firmly by these presents. Sealed with [blank] seal. Dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety [blank] The condition of this obligation is such, that if the above bounden [blank] heirs, executors, administrators, or any of them, shall and do well and truly pay, or cause to be paid, unto the above named [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators or assigns, the just and full sum of [blank] without any fraud or further delay, then the above obligation to be void, or else to be and remain in full force and virtue. Sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [New Jersey : s.n., not after 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] held and firmly bound unto [blank] in the sum of [blank] pounds, lawful money of [blank] to be paid to the said [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators or assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made, [blank] do bind [blank] heirs, executors and administrators, and every of them firmly these presents. Sealed with [blank] seal [blank] Dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, 17[blank] The condition of the above obligation is such, that if the above-bounded [blank] heirs, executors and administrators, for his and their parts and behalf, do in all things well and truly stand to, obey, abide, perform, fulfill and keep the award, order, arbitrement, final end and determination of [blank] or any [blank] of them, arbitrators indifferently named, elected and chosen, as well on the part and behalf of the above-bounden [blank] as the above-named [blank] to arbitrate ... Sealed and delivered, in the present of us, [blank] Philadelphia [Pa.], : Printed, and sold by Joseph Crukshank., [not after 1788] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm.
 George, by the grace of God, of Great-Britain, France and Ireland, &c. King. Defender of the faith. : To all to whom these presents shall come. Greeting. Know ye, that we have assigned, constituted, and appointed, and by these presents do assign, constitute and appoint, our trusty and well beloved subject, [blank] Esq; to be judge of our county court to be holden within our county of [blank] in our colony of Connecticut in New-England, ... In testimony whereof we have caused the seal of our said colony to be hereunto affixed. Withness [blank] Esq; govenour of our said colony of Connecticut, and with the consent of the General Assembly of the same, in Hartford, this twenty-ninth day of May, in the third year of our reign. Anno Domini, 171[blank] By His Honours command, [blank] secr. [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1717] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 39 x 25 cm. folded to 20 x 25 cm.
 By the Honorable Thomas Fitch, Esq; governor and commander in chief of His Majesty's colony of Connecticut, in New-England, in America. A proclamation. : Whereas I have received His Majesty's instruction under his royal signet and sign manuel, to the governor and company of this colony, as follows, viz. George R. Instruction to our trusty and well beloved, the governor and company of our colony of Connecticut, ... Given under my hand in Norwalk, the 14th day of December, in the third year of the reign of our sovereign lord George the Third, of Great Britain, France and Ireland, King, defender of the faith, &c. Annoque Domini, 1762. / Thos. Fitch. God save the king. New London [Connecticut]: : Printed by T. Green, printer to the governor and company., 1762. 1 sheet ([1] p.) : coat of arms ; 31 x 20 cm.
 William Pitkin, Esq. governor and commander in chief of His Majesty's colony of Connecticut, in New-England. : To [blank] Esqrs; Greeting. Know ye, that by virtue of authority derived from His late Majesty Charles the Second, of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, King, by his letters patents bearing date the three and twentieth day of April, in the fourteenth year of his reign; and by and with the advice and consent of the Council and Representatives of this colony in General Court assembled, I have assigned you, and every of you, jointly and severally to keep the peace within the County of [blank] ... And I have assigned you [blank] to assist the judge of the County Court for the county aforeseaid, ... Given under my hand in [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of the reign of our sovereign lord George the Third by the grace of God King of Great-Britain, France, Ireland, &c. Annoque Domini, one thousand seven hundred and sixty [blank] By His Honor's command, [blank] secr'y. [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1767] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 39 x 31 cm.
 Jonathan Trumbull, Esq; governor and commander in chief of His Majesty's colony of Connecticut, in New-England. : To [blank] Esqrs. Greeting. Know ye, that by virtue of authority derived from His late Majesty Charles the Second, of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, King, by his letters patents bearing date the three and twentieth day of April, in the fourteenth year of his reign; and by and with the advice and consent of the Council and Representatives of this colony in General Court assembled, I have assigned you, and every of you, jointly and severally to keep the peace within the County of [blank] ... And I have assigned you [blank] to assist the judge of the County Court for the county aforeseaid, ... Given under my hand in [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of the reign of our sovereign lord [blank] by the grace of God King of Great-Britain, France, Ireland, &c. Annoque Domini, 177[blank] By His Honor's command, [blank] sec'y. [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1771] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 40 x 31 cm.
 State of Vermont. ss. To the sheriff of the county of [blank] his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of [blank] in said county--Greeting. : By the authority of the State of Vermont, you are hereby commanded to summon [blank] of [blank] in the County of [blank] to appear before me, the [blank] day of [blank] at [blank] o'clock, [blank] noon, at [blank] dwelling-house [blank] in [blank] in [blank] County, to answer unto [blank] of [blank] in [blank] County of [blank] in an action [blank] to the damage of the plaintiff, £. [blank] .-- Hereof fail not, and of this writ, with your doings herein, make due return according to law. Given under my hand, at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-[blank] [blank] justice of peace. [Vermont : s.n., not after 1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 14 x 19 cm.
 State of Vermont. ss. To the sheriff of the county of [blank] his deputy, or either constable of [blank] in said county--Greeting. : Whereas [blank] of [blank] in the county of [blank] by the consideration of [blank] Esquire, one of the justices of the peace for the county of [blank] at [blank] on the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 179[blank], recovered judgment against [blank] for the sum of [blank] lawful money, damages, and for the sum of [blank] costs of suit, as appears of record--Whereof execution remains to be done. These are therefore, by the authority of the state of Vermont, to command you, that of the goods, chattels, or lands of the said [blank] within your precinct, you cause to be levied (and the same being disposed of as the law directs) paid and satisfied unto the said [blank] the aforesaid sums being [blank] in the whole, and one shilling and [blank] pence more for this writ, [blank] together with your own fees. ... Dated at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, seventeen hundred and ninety-[blank] [Vermont : s.n., not after 1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 21 cm.
 State of Vermont. [blank] ss. To the sheriff of the county of [blank] his deputy, or either of the constables of [blank] in said county--Greeting. : By the authority of the State of Vermont, you are hereby commanded to attach the goods, chattels, or estate of [blank] of [blank] in [blank] county of [blank] to the value of [blank] and [blank] notify according to law; and for want thereof, take [blank] bod[blank], if to be found within your precinct, and [blank] safely keep, so that you have [blank] before me, the [blank] day of [blank] at [blank] o'clock [blank] noon, at [blank] dwelling-house [blank] in [blank] in [blank] county [blank] to answer unto [blank] of [blank] in the county of [blank] in an action [blank] to the damage of the plaintiff [blank] ... Given under my hand at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, seventeen hundred and ninety-[blank] [blank] justice of peace. [blank] recognized in [blank] to the defendant, as surety for costs of prosecution, in due form of law--before me, [blank] justice of peace. [Vermont : s.n., not after 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 14 x 19 cm
 State of Vermont. [blank] ss. To the sheriff of the county of [blank] his deputy, or either constables of [blank] in said county--Greeting. : Whereas [blank] of [blank] in the county of [blank] by the consideration of [blank] Esquire, one of the justices of the peace for the county of [blank] at [blank] on the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 179[blank], recovered judgment against [blank] for the sum of [blank] damages, and for the sum of [blank] costs of suit, as appears of record--Whereof execution remains to be done. These are therefore, by the authority of the state of Vermont, to command you, that of the goods, chattels, or lands of the said [blank] within your precinct, you cause to be levied (and the same being disposed of as the law directs) paid and satisfied unto the said [blank] the aforesaid sums being [blank] in the whole, and [blank] more for this writ, [blank] together with your own fees. ... Dated at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, seventeen hundred and ninety-[blank] [Vermont : s.n., not after 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 19 x 21 cm.
 State of Vermont, Windsor County: To [blank] first constable of the town of [blank] in said county, Greeting. : Whereas the General Assembly, at their session at Rutland, in October, A.D. 1794, granted a tax of one half-penny on the pound, on the list of the county of Windsor, for the year 1794, for the purpose of paying the debts of said county; and after the said debts are discharged, of making some necessary repairs in the gaol in Woodstock: these are therefore, by the authority of the state of Vermont, to command you to collect of the inhabitants of the town of [blank] aforesaid, one half-penny on the pound ... / County-Treasurer's Office, Windsor, January 1, 1795. [blank] county-treasurer. [Vermont : s.n., 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, : that, whereas application hath lately been made by me [blank] to the Land Office of Pennsylvania, for a grant of a tract of land, containing four hundred acres, situate in [blank] County, in Pennsylvania aforesaid. In pursuance whereof, a warrant or order hath been, or is to be issued, for surveying the same for my use. Now know ye, that I the said [blank] for the consideration of [blank] specie, to me in hand paid, by [blank] receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, as well as for other good causes and valuable considerations, have granted, bargained, and sold, and by these presents, do grant, bargain, and sell unto the said [blank] and his heirs, all the above-mentioned tract of land, with the appurtenances; ... In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal, the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and [blank] Sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Lang & Ustick, for Mathew Carey, No. 118, Market-street., [not after 1797] [4] p. ; 34 cm.
 The president of the United States, to the marshal of Virginia district, greeting: : You are hereby commanded to arrest the body of James Thompson Callendar [sic], and bring him forthwith before the judges of the court of the United States, for the middle circuit in Virginia district, now sitting at the city of Richmond, to answer a certain presentment found against him by the grand jury for said district, for making and publishing a certain false, scandalous writing, intitled "The prospect before us," ... [Richmond, Va.? : s.n., 1800] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 19 x 12 cm.
 This is to certify, that [blank] : of the town of [blank], in the county of [blank] and district of Massachusetts, [blank], hath paid the duty of [blank] dollars upon a [blank] wheel carriage, called a [blank], owned by [blank] of [blank], having [blank] top, to be drawn by [blank] horse[blank], for the conveyance of [blank] person[blank]; for the year to end on the 30th of September, 179[blank] [blank] Collector of the Revenue, [blank] Division, Survey No. [blank] [blank] Massachusetts. [blank] 179[blank] [Boston, Mass. : s.n., not after 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 19 x 16 cm.
 District of Massachusetts, survey, No. [blank] Received of [blank] of the town of [blank] [blank] dollars, for the duties on [blank] agreeably to an act of the Congress of the United States, passed the fifth day of June, 1794. [blank] Dated at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] one thousand seven hundred and ninety-[blank] [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., not after 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 12 x 17 cm.
 It is hereby certified by the president and managers of the Pennsylvania Population Company, that [blank] is entitled to one share of stock in the said company, : numbered [blank] Transferable in the presence of the treasurer by the said [blank] or [blank] attorney; subject nevertheless to the payments due or payable thereupon, according to the terms of the plan of the association. Done in pursuance of an order of the board, and given under the hand and seal of the president, this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-[blank]. [blank] president. Countersigned, [blank] treasurer. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Francis Bailey, printer., [1793] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 22 x 34 cm
 No. [blank] District of Pennsylvania, Port of Philadelphia. I certify, that [blank] imported according to law, : in the [blank] from [blank] one [blank] of [blank] marked as per margin, containing [blank] gallons of [blank] proof. One thousand seven hundred and ninety [blank] Inspector. [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., not after 1792] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 13 x 23 cm.
 Commonwealth of Massachusetts, (No. [blank]) Treasury-Office, [blank] 1785. Received of [blank] in [blank] committed to him to collect for the year 178[blank] [blank] Treasurer. [Boston, Mass. : s.n., 1785] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 16 cm.
 Commonwealth of Massachusetts, (No. [blank]) Treasurer's-Office, [blank] 178[blank] Received of [blank] in [blank] for [blank] committed to him to collect for the year 178[blank] [blank] Treasurer. [Boston, Mass. : s.n., not after 1783] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 16 cm
 These are to certify that [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] 17[blank] bought at public sale [blank] branded [blank] C A, and on each shoulder P. [blank] Price [blank] dollars. No. [blank] By order of the Quarter-Master General. [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., 1780?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 17 cm.
 [blank] County. Pensylvania. (No [blank]) I do hereby certify that [blank] of the township of [blank] has furnished this state, for the use of the United States, with [blank] which has been appraised by two freeholders, on [blank] at the sum of [blank] and for which the state is now justly indebted to him in that sum, with interest. / Given under my hand, this [blank] A.D. 1780. [blank] [Pennsylvania : s.n., 1780] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 21 x 21 cm.
 James Robertson, Esq; captain general and governor in chief of the province of New-York, and the territories depending thereon in America, chancellor and vice-admiral of the same, and major general of his Majesty's forces. [blank] sendeth, Greeting. : Whereas [blank] as is alledged, lately died intestate, having whilst living and at the time of [blank] death, goods, chattels or credits within this province, ... and I being desirous that the said goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased, may be well and faithfully administered, applied, and disposed of according to law, do grant unto you the said [blank] full power by these presents, to administer, and faithfully disposed of the goods ... In testimony whereof, I have caused the prerogative seal of the province of New-York, to be hereunto affixed, at Fort-George, in the city of New-York, the [blank] day of [blank] one thousand seven hundred and [blank] [New York, N.Y. : s.n., not after 1782] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 22 cm.
 Philadelphia County, ss. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to [blank] Greeting: : We command you [blank] that, setting aside all manner of business and excuses, you be and appear in your proper person before our justices at Philadelphia, at our County Court of Common Pleas, there to be held for the County of Philadelphia, on [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] at [blank] o'clock in the [blank] noon of that day, to testify all and singular those things which you shall know in a certain action of [blank] pending and undetermined between [blank] plaintiff and [blank] defendant, on the part of the [blank] And this you are not to omit under the penalty of one hundred pounds each of you. Witness, James Biddle, Esquire, president of the said court, at Philadelphia, the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety one. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1791] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 11 x 34 cm.
 The Commonwealth of Virginia to the sheriff of [blank] County greeting: : We command you to summon [blank] to appear before the justices of our County Court of [blank] at the courthouse, on the [blank] to testify and the truth to say in behalf of [blank] in a certain matter of controversy in our said court, before our said justices depending and undetermined between [blank] And this [blank] shall in no wise omit, under the penalty of 100l. And have then there this writ. Witness, [blank] clerk of our said court, at the courthouse, the [blank] day of [blank] 179[blank] in the [blank] year of the Commonwealth. [Virginia : s.n., not after 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 11 x 19 cm.
 In the name, and by the authority of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Thomas Mifflin, governor of the said Commonwealth, to [blank] of the [blank] Gentleman, Greeting: : Know that, resposing special trust and confidence in your patriotism, integrity, and ability, I have nominated and appointed, and do, by these presents, nominate and appoint you, the said [blank] to be coroner of the said [blank] ... / Given under my hand, and the seal of the state, at Philadelphia, this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-[blank] and of the Commonwealth the [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 41 cm.
 January 1, 1774. The stallion Young Juniper will cover mares this season, : at Charles Gough's lot, No. 12, at Fort Augusta, at thirty shillings the season, or twenty shillings the single leap (and in either case half a crown to the groom). Young Juniper was got by Mr. Jacob Hiltzheimer's famous Old Juniper, which was the highest bred horse ever imported into America; his dam was got by Bullyrock, his grandam by Paccolet: he is a beautiful bright bay, two white legs behind, and a star in the forehead; he is near fifteen hands high, and is now rising five years old, very strong and bony. N.B. The money to be paid at the time of covering, or before the mares are taken away. He'll be at the place appointed by the beginning of March. Wheat, hemp, flaxseed or pork will be taken in stead of cash. Den 1sten Jenner, 1774. Der hengst Junge Juniper wird die bevorstehende Jahrszeit hindurch Mähren bespringen, auf Carl Goughs Lott, ... [Lancaster, Pa.? : s.n., 1774?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 25 x 19 cm.
 Debarsh, will cover this season, at the stable of the subscriber in Hartford, at fifteen dollars each mare.--- : Debarsh was got by King Fergus, his dam by High Flyer, his grand-dam by Old Snap, his great drand-dam [sic] by [sic] Miss Mindnith, by Old Cade, own sister to Slack, and out of the Little Harley Mare, the dam of Black Shakespear and Frimmerbe. For further particulars search the Racing Calendar. Debarsh was bred by Mr. Hutchinson, in Yorkshire, and late the property of Sir Charles Turner; his pedigree is certified by his breeder; he is a blood bay, full sixteen hands high, and is only five years old last grass,---was imported in the ship Fours Sisters, in September 1797. Good pasturing for mares at 2s and 6d. per week, provided by the subscriber. / Freeman Kilbourn. [Hartford, Conn.] : Elisha Babcock., [1798?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 34 x 21 cm.
 Creeper, : a first rate full blooded English race horse, the property of Gen. Henry Champion, & co. of Colchester, Connecticut, purchased in England by Capt. Abraham Skinner, of East-Hartford, in Connecticut, whose judgment in horses is well known to be as good as any man's in America: he went to England on purpose to purchase horses, and selected Creeper out of the many fine horses which he saw, as being one of the first horses in England, for blood, built, and figure; and shipped him for America: he was landed at New-York on the 13th of May, 1796. He will stand at the stable of the subscriber, half a mile south of the seat of the late Brigadier Ruggles, in Hardwick, County of Worcester, and will cover mares, during the season, at twelve dollars each, or a sure colt may be agreed for. Creeper is a beautiful bay, rising sixteen hands high, 13 years old this grass, ... The pedigree and performances of Creeper, are too lengthy to insert in this advertisement; must refer gentlemen, for that information, to the place where he stands, where it may be seen in full. / James Lawton. N.B. Good pasturing for mares, and every possible care taken; but accidents, escapes, &c. at the risk of the owners. Hardwick, March 16th, 1799. Hartford [Conn.]: : Printed by Elisha Babcock., [1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 30 x 28 cm.
 Creeper, : a first-rate, full-blooded English race horse, imported by the subscribers, the last spring, from England, will stand at the stable of Julius Deming, near the court-house, in Litchfield, and will cover mares, during the season, at twenty dollars each, or a sure colt may be agreed for:--the season to be over on the first day of September.--Creeper is a bright bay, rising of 16 hands high, 10 years old this grass, ... Good pasture provided for mares, and every attendance given, at the stable where he stands. Litchfield, April 18, 1797. / Henry Champion, 2d. Julius Deming, Abraham Skinner. The money to be paid when the mares are taken away, or a note given. [Litchfield, Conn.? : s.n., 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 27 x 20 cm.
 All--Fours, : a first rate English stud horse--imported to America by Abraham Skinner & Co. will stand at the stable of the subscriber in Deerfield this season, and will be put to mares at ten dollars each, or a sure foal may be agreed for.--All-Fours was got by All-Fours, his dam by Cade, grand dam by Crab. His pedigree may be seen at large at the stable where he stands. He is sixteen and half hands high--is a beautiful chesnut, and for beauty and elegance is not exceeded by any horse in America, and covers lower than any horse of his quality. He is a sure foal getter, and his colts fine. The subscriber being anxious to have a good breed of horses propagated in this and the adjacent towns and to accommodate his old customers and friends, has procured All-Fours for this season, and flatters himself that they will be perfectly satisfied in the horse. He has covered at East-Hartford two seasons at £7. a mare, and had a full supply of mares at that price, but on seeing his colts the second season he was crowded with mares. Money being scarce is the only reason of setting him so low this season. / David Sexton. Deerfield, March 24, 1799. P.S. Good pasturing for mares and good attendance given. Hartford [Conn.]: : Printed by Hudson & Goodwin., [1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 46 x 27 cm.
 All-Fours & President, : two elegant stud horses, will stand for covering mares the ensuing season, at the stable of Capt. Carshore in Claverack, half a mile from the court-house, and four miles from Hudson, on the road leading to Great-Barrington. All-Fours is as elegant and noble a horse as was ever imported to America--was imported in May 1796, by Abraham Skinner & Co. in the ship James from London. He has stood two years at said Skinner's stable in East-Hartford, in Connecticut, where he was crowded with custom; especially the second season (after his colts were seen)--he had as many mares as he could cover at twenty-three dollars and one third each mare, even for a leap--He is a sure foal getter. President is a beautiful bay, 16 hands high, bred in Virginia from an imported mare, and was got by that brilliant horse Morrack Ball, imported from London--now owned by Mr. Hart at Philadelphia. President has covered 120 mares in a season at ten dollars a leap:--but as money is scarce the horses will be set at a very low price this season considering their goodness, viz. All-Fours will cover at ten dollars a leap, fifteen the season, and twenty-five to insure a foal.--President at four dollars a leap, six the season, and ten to insure a foal. ... Good pasture will be provided for mares. Gentlemen who send their mares may depend on the strictest attention and care as to putting to the horses, as they may direct; keeping, &c. The least favors will be gratefully acknowledged by the public's humble servant, / George Wyllys. Hartford, March 8, 1800. N.B. The horses will be at their stand abovementioned by the 20th of April next. Any mares indured a foal and put off before the folding time will pay the full sum. [Hartford, Conn. : s.n., 1800] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 46 x 28 cm.
 The full blooded horse Comet, : will stand to cover this season, at the stable of the subscriber in East-Hartford, ten rods north of Mr. Richard Goodwin's Tavern, and two miles from Hartford court-house, being the same horse who stood there last year, where he will continue the present season.--The price will be ten dollars the season, and eight the single leap. Comet is nine years old, is in fine health--is without any blemish--is full sixteen hands high, and every way well proportioned--a beautiful bay, one white foot, and is allowed by the best judges who have seen him, to be a horse of full equal, if not superior strength, figure and form, to any horse in this state; his stock hath proved remarkable fine and good, and the following pedigree, certified by Abraham Philips, Esq. will prove him to be at least equal in blood to any horse whatever. ... Good pasture will be provided for mares, and punctual attention given. / Abraham Skinner. [Hartford, Conn. : s.n., 1796?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 28 x 22 cm.
 The full-blooded stud horse High-Flier, and the Baronet, : will be let to mares the ensuing season, at my stable in Hebron, on the terms following, viz. The High-Flier at seven dollars the season. He is of a bright bay colour, sixteen hands high, seven years old, and is the same horse I have kept two seasons past. He wants no recommendation to those who are acquainted with him---and his colts, those who are not, want only to examine them, which it is presumed would be a higher recommendation than can otherwise be given. The Baronet, at five dollars the season. He is three years old, a bright bay colour, and about fifteen hands three inches high---not to be let to more than twenty-five mares this season. Suffice it to say, Baronet is not exceeded in figure nor activity but by a very few horses in Connecticut. / John Gilbert. N.B. My Old Jack is yet alive, and has a good relish for mares. Six shillings the leap, and ten the season, is all I ask for him. April 13, 1797. Hartford [Conn.]: : Printed by Elisha Babcock., [1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 28 x 23 cm.
 Two capital horses. : Feather. The swift running horse Feather, will stand the ensuing season at the stables of Mr. Ezekiel North, ... in Goshen,--at Mr. Norman Griswold's, in Torringford, ... and at Mr. Asa Morgan's, in Litchfield. ... Feather will be put at the low price of five dollars the leap, eight dollars the season (if the money is paid when the mares are taken away) nine dollars if the usual credit is given, and sixteen dollars to insure a foal, and two shillings to the groom.--Feather is a bright chesnut, fifteen hands and three inches high, ... He is full-blooded; his sirethe imported running horse Light-Infantry, whose sire was Eclipse, ... The Virginia bred full-blooded race horse Alfred, will likewise commence covering, the ensuing season, ... Alfred will be put at the same rate as Feather, with two shillings to the groom. He was got by Sharke, whose stock is in the best repute for running of any in the United States; is out of the same mare of the celebrated Red-Bird: he is a beautiful bay, fifteen hands and one inch high, very elegantly turn'd, ... Good pasturage for mares. Goshen, April 4, 1797. / I. Johnston. N.B. Any person having a mare insured, and parting with her before foaling time, must expect to pay the insurance. [Litchfield, Conn.] : Printed at Litchfield, by T. Collier., [1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 34 x 22 cm.
 That noted high bred horse Drone, : imported into America in the fall of '97, will stand the ensuing season, at the stable of Charles Butler, in Litchfield, state of Connecticut; where he will cover mares at ten dollars the leap, fifteen dollars the season, and twenty-two dollars for a warranted foal. Two dollars will be deducted from the leap and season price, if the money is paid when the service is performed.--Drone is a bright bay, fifteen hands three inches high by the standard, is elegantly proportioned, and is not equalled for blood by any horse in America. He was got by old King Herod, ... Good attendance will be given and pasturing provided for mares, / by Charles Butler, for the owner. Litchfield, April 10th, 1800. N.B. Another likely covering horse will stand at the same stable, for the accommodation of those who may not incline to breed from a full-blooded imported horse. [Litchfield, Conn. : s.n., 1800] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 43 x 25 cm.
 Will cover the ensuing season, at the stable of the subscriber, living at North-Bolton, one mile north of the meeting-house, the elegant full-blooded horse Clericus; : formerly known by the name of Godolphin; Clericus is a brown bay with a few white hairs in his forehead, is 8 years old, 15 hands and 1 inch high, and was imported in his dam from England, who was bought of Thomas Tattersale, High Park London; his dam, was Old Kate, who was got by Wildair, his dam by Cubb, his sire was Partner, who was got by Figure, who was got by Godolphin Arabian, and is as likely and spirited a horse as any in Connecticut, ... He will be removed from the above stables on Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, in each week, to Mr. Timothy Pearls at Willington, where he will remain till Saturday following, 2 o'clock P.M. when he will return to the above stand at Bolton.---Constant attendance will be given, and good pasturing for mares; but not liable for accidents or escapes. His price for the season will be six dollars, or ten to ensure a colt. Any person parting with a mare ensured before it is known whether she is with foal, to pay the insurance. The money to be paid within six months from the time the mare may go to the horse. / Ephraim Tucker. Bolton, May 18, 1795. [Hartford, Conn.? : s.n., 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 27 x 22 cm.
 Fearnaught will cover, at the stable of the subscriber, : at five dollars for the ensuing season, or at three dollars the single leap; to be paid September next, if not paid at the time six dollars for the season and three dollars and fifty cents the leap---to be paid January next. Fearnaught was imported and kept in Virginia five years, for running, by which he has hurt his limbs; he has been allowed the best horse for the road or heats that ever trod the Southern States; he is a beautiful blood bay, about sixteen hands high, round bodied, remarkably well shouldered and breasted, ... Will also cover, at the same stable, the noted sire, called, the Stephen's Horse. He was sired by the old imported horse, Malton: It is well known that he has produced as good a stock of colts as any horse in this part of the country: He is a brown bay: about fifteen hands high: a stocky, well made horse. The terms are two dollars and fifty cents the season, or one dollar twenty-five cents the leap ... Said horses will be moved on [blank] and [blank] to places where they are most wanted. / Lodowick S. Babcock. Lebanon Springs, May 2, 1796. N.B. Good pasturing for mares. [Albany, N.Y.] : Printed by C.R. & G. Webster, in the white house, corner of State & Pearl Streets, Albany., [1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 38 x 26 cm.
 The Full-blooded elegant horse Young Herod. : He is full fifteen hands one inch high, a fine figure and a beautiful chesnut colour, full of bone and a sure foal getter. His sire was the noted horse King Herod which sired Mr. Tattersal's Highflyer of London, which horse covered at 50 guineas a mare; also Capt. Skinner's horse King William, and Punch of Philadelphia: his dam got by Regulus, grand dam by Lord Cullen's Arabian; Regulus was got by Godolphin Arabian. Young Herod was bred by Sir H. Harper in Derbyshire, late the property of Lord Stamford, and was allowed to be one of the highest bred and best boned horses in the kingdom. His performances on the turf may be seen by any gentleman's applying to the racing callendars. Terms--Twenty dollars the season or twenty-five for an insurance. [Massachusetts? : s.n., 1800?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 12 x 20 cm.
 To cover, the late imported, full blooded, fast running horse, Express, : at the stable of Aaron Stockholm, in Hopewell, town of Fishkill, in Dutchess County, the ensuing season, at fifteen dollars the season. Express was got by Postmaster, his dam by Syphon. Postmaster was got by Herod, and Syphon by Squirt, grandsire to the famous Eclipse, who never was beat. Express is a beautiful bay, 16 hands high, strong, lengthy and bony. ... Good pasture for mares that come a distance. Mares will be insured if required. March 9, 1796. [New York State : s.n., 1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 28 x 22 cm.
 To cover, Young Emperor, the full blooded hunter : Young Emperor was got by the noted imported horse Emperor, his dam a full-blooded hunter. Emperor was imported by Col. Burrel of Virginia, and has proved to be the best horse for stock in that place Young Emperor is a fine bay, five years old, sixteen hands two inches high, handsomely marked, moves well; he is just and well formed, and bids fair for getting the best stock either for saddle or harness of any horse in America. Young Emperor will cover, in the county of Ulster, at the Platt-Kill, at Mr. Matthias Warner's one week, and the next week at Mr. Brown's mills, changing weekly throughout the season, at the very low price of two dollars the single leap, to be paid down; five dollars the season, eight dollars to insure the mare with foal, to be paid by the first of November, in cash, or wheat at the market price. March 20, 1796. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed by John Harrisson, Yorick's Head, No. 3, Peck-slip., [1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 26 x 33 cm.
 English stallions. : For sale, two very handsome English stallions, imported from London per the Favorite, in August last. Their pedigrees are as follow: A bay colt by Highflyer, by the name of Addis, August 1795, won a maiden plate of 50l. at Canterbury, ... 24th September, won at Northampton, beating lord Belfast's horse Polyanthus, Mr. Wood's bay horse Slack, and lord Sondes' bay horse by Drone, and there took the name of Exton. ... Addis or Exton's dam was the duke of Cumberland's I.O. got by Pyrrhus, her dam I.O. by Spectator, was own sister to the dam of Javelin. N.B. This mare is the dam of Alderney and Patriot--Highflyer was bred by Mr. Tattersall; got by Herod; ... The beautiful brown horse Ringbone, rising six years old, is fifteen hands one inch high, master of fifteen stone; he was got by Crop, a son of Turf, out of Escape dam: ... The above horses may be seen at Mr. Jacob Odell's, Phillipsburgh, Westchester county. / For terms apply to William Winthrop, No. 52 Wall-street. New-York, 23d Feb. 1798. [New York, N.Y.] : Printed by George F. Hopkins, No. 40 Pine-street, near the post-office, New-York., [1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 26 x 33 cm.
 Baronet, will cover this season : at the stable of John Gale, Junr. in Goshen, Orange County, state of New-York, at sixteen dollars the season, and ten dollars the single leap, to be paid the first day of November next. Those who wish to have their mares ensured can agree with either of the subscribers, one of whom will always attend for that purpose. The season to be considered over the first day of August. Baronet is a bright bay, nearly sixteen hands high, with black mane, tail and legs, and for pedegree [sic] and performance equal, if not superior, to any horse ever imported. He has stood two seasons on Long-Island, in this state where his stock by competent judges, is determined to be better than any horse that ever stood in the country. ... Those who have mares insured and part with them must be accountable for the insurance money if they do not prove to be with foal. Pasture will be provided for mares from a distance and the greatest attention paid them, but to be at the risk of the owner. / John G. Hurtin. James Tusten. Goshen, Orange County, state of New-York, March 20th, 1800. [New York State : s.n., 1800] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 43 x 30 cm.
 Independance, (from Long-Island,) : will cover this season, at the stable of the subscriber in Wardsesson, at the low price of four dollars the season, twelve shillings the single leap, and six and a half dollars to ensure a foal. Independance is a bright bay, 15 hands 3 inches high, rising five years old; was got by the noted horse High Flier, imported from England, out of a mare which was allowed, by good judges, to be equal to any on Long-Island. The money to be paid on or before the first day of August next. / Enos Farrand. Wardsesson, March 24, 1796. Newark, New-Jersey, : Printed by John Woods--, 1796. 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 39 x 24 cm.
 The thorough bred horse Melzar : will stand at my stable, in King & Queen county, seven miles below Todd's bridge, and twelve miles from Hobb's-Hole, and on the most ready road from thence to the city of Richmond, will cover mares, the ensuing season, at five pounds per mare, but may be discharged by the payment of three guineas, on or before the first day of August. The season will commence on the first day of March, and will expire on the last day of July. Good and extensive pasturage, gratis, and the greatest care taken of the mares, but will not be answerable for accidents or escapes. Melzar will be five years old next April; he is a fine bay, well marked, and is full fifteen hands three inches high, his form and points will stand the test of the most critical observer. Melzar was got by the imported horse Medley, ... / John Hoskins. N.B. If the money is not paid when the mares are taken away, notes of hands must be left for the amount, payable as above. March 2, 1796. J.H. Richmond [Vr.]:---- : Printed by Aug: Davis., [1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 38 x 25 cm
 The bruised reed bound up, and the smoaking flax enflamed: or, The weak oppress'd believer victorious, thro' the tender care and grace of Christ. : A sermon, preached at Cohansie, in West-Jersey, August 13th, 1758: and afterwards at Pequea, in Pennsylvania. / By Robert Smith, minister of the Gospel at Pequea. Published at the request of ther hearers. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by W. Dunlap, a the newest-printing office,, 1759. [2], iii, [2], 4-19 [i.e. 61], [1] p. ; 16 cm. (8vo)
 Boston, May 1745. Proposals for printing by subscription, in one volume octavo, containing about twenty two sheets, some familiar letters to a gentleman, by the Rev. Mr. Jonathan Dickinson, : on a variety of seasonable and important subjects in religion: ... The price to subscribers shall be 5 s. New Tenor bound in calf, and 4 s. in sheep. Those who subscribe for six shall have a seventh gratis. As soon as a competent number of subscribers offer, the work shall be put to the press, and published will all expedition. / Subscriptions are taken in by Rogers and Fowle in Queen-street next to the prison, and J. Blanchard at the Bible and Crown near the market: where these proposals are given out, with a specimen of the work. [Boston, Mass. : s.n., 1745] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 22 x 15 cm.
 Wholesome words. : A visit of advice, given unto families that are visited with sickness; by a pastoral letter, briefly declaring the duties incumbent on all persons in the families, that have any sick persons in them. Boston [Mass.], : Printed & sold by T. Green,, 1713. [2], 24 p. ; 15 cm. (12mo)
 Nomination of the gov. &c. for election in May 1760. : At a General Assembly of the governor and company of the colony of Connecticut, holden at New-Haven, on the second Thursday of October, anno Domini, 1759. The gentlemen nominated by the freemen of this colony, as sent into this assembly, to stand for election in May next, are as follows: viz. The Honourable Thomas Fitch, Esq; ... New-London [Conn.]: : Printed by Timothy Green, printer to the governor and company., [1759] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : coat of arms ; 20 x 16 cm.
 To the sheriff of the county of [blank] or his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of [blank] within the said county; Greeting. : Whereas [blank] on the [blank] day of [blank] before me [blank] Esq; [blank] recovered judgment against [blank] for the sum of [blank] costs of suit, as appears of record: whereof execution remains to be done. These are therefore in his Majesty's name, to command you, that of the money of the said [blank] or of h[blank] goods or chattles within your precincts, you cause to be levied, (and the same to be disposed of, as the law directs) paid and satisfied unto the said [blank] the aforesaid sums, being [blank] in the whole; with one shilling lawful money more for this writ, together with your own fees: ... Hereof fail not, and to make due return of this writ, with your doings thereon, unto the said [blank] Esq; within sixty days next coming Dated at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 176[blank] And in the [blank] year of his Majesty's reign. [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1762] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 14 x 16 cm.
 To the sheriff of the county of [blank] or his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of [blank] within said county, Greeting. : In His Majesty's name, you are hereby commanded to summon [blank] to appear before [blank] Esq; [blank] at [blank] dwelling-house [blank] on [blank]day the [blank] day of [blank] at [blank] of the clock in the [blank] noon, then and there to answer unto [blank] in a plea, that to the plaintiff the defendant render the sum of [blank] which to the [blank] he the defendant [blank] justly owe by book, [blank] As by the [blank] book ready in court to be produced fully appears, which debt the defendant hath never paid, [blank] (tho' often requested and demanded) which is to the damage of the plaintiff [blank] the sum of [blank] And for the recovery thereof with just costs, the plaintiff brings this suit [blank] Dated at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 17[blank] And in the [blank] year of His Majesty's reign. [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1764] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 12 x 16 cm.
 To the sheriff of the county of [blank] or his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of [blank] within said county, Greeting. : In His Majesty's name, you are hereby commanded to summon [blank] to appear before [blank] Esq; justice of the peace for [blank] County [blank] at [blank] dwelling-house [blank] on [blank]day the [blank] day of [blank] at [blank] of the clock in the [blank] noon, then and there to answer unto [blank] in an action or plea, that to the plaintiff he the defendant render the sum of [blank] which to the plaintiff he the defendant justly owes by book, [blank] as by the plaintiff's book ready in court to be produced fully appears, which debt the defendant hath never paid, (tho' often requested and demanded) which is to the damage of the said [blank] the sum of [blank] And for the recovery thereof, with just costs, the plaintiff brings this suit. [blank] Hereof fail not, and of this writ with your doings thereon make due return. Dated at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 17[blank] And in the [blank] year of His Majesty's reign. [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1770] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 12 x 16 cm.
 To the sheriff of the county of [blank] or his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of [blank] within said county, Greeting; : Whereas [blank] on the [blank] day of [blank] 17[blank] before me [blank] Esq; one of his Majesty's justices of the peace for [blank] County recovered judgment against [blank] for the sum of [blank] debt; and for the sum of [blank] costs of suit, as appears of record: whereof execution remains to be done. These are therefore in his Majesty's name, to command you, that of the money of the said [blank] or of his goods, or chattles, within your precincts, you cause to be levied and (the same being disposed of as the law directs) paid and satisfied unto the said [blank] the aforesaid sums, being [blank] in the whole, with one shilling lawful money, more for this writ, together with your own fees. ... Hereof fail not, and to make due return of this writ, with your doings thereon, within sixty days next coming. Dated at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 177[blank] And in the [blank] year of his Majesty's reign. [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1771] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 15 x 17 cm.
 To the sheriff of the county of [blank] or his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of [blank] within said county, Greeting. : In the name of the governor and company of the state of Connecticut, you are hereby commanded to [blank] to appear before the [blank] County Court to be holden at [blank] within and for the county of [blank] on the [blank] Tuesday of [blank] then and there to answer unto [blank] in a plea, that to the plaintiff the defendant render the sum of [blank] which to the plaintiff, the [blank] justly owes by book, [blank] as by the [blank] book ready in court to be produced fully appears; which debt the defendant hath never paid [blank] (though often requested and demanded) [blank] which is to the damage of the plaintiff the sum of [blank] lawful money. And for the recovery thereof with just costs, the plaintiff brings this suit, [blank] Hereof fail not, but of this writ, with your doings thereon make due return according to law. Dated at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini 17[blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1784] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 12 x 17 cm.
 To the sheriff of the county of [blank] or his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of [blank] within said county, Greeting. : Whereas [blank] on the [blank] day of [blank] 178[blank] before me [blank] Esq; justice of peace for the county of [blank] recovered judgment against [blank] for the sum of [blank] debt; and for the sum of [blank] costs of suit, as appears of record: whereof execution remains to be done. These are therefore by virtue of authority of the state of Connecticut, to command you, that of the money of the said [blank] or of his goods or chattles within your precincts, you cause to be levied and (the same being disposed of as the law directs) paid and satisfied unto the said [blank] the aforesaid sums being [blank] in the whole, with [blank] lawful money more for this writ, together with your own fees. ... Hereof fail not, and make due return of this writ, with your doings thereon, within sixty days next coming. Dated at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 178[blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1784] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 20 x 16 cm.
 Amusements for the young. : Consisting of a collection of songs, adapted to the fancies and capacities of those of tender years, and taken from their usual diversions and employments. In two parts. I. Songs for little misses. II. Songs for young masters. ... / By John Marchant, Gen. Boston [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by G. Rogers; and J. Edwards in Cornhill., 1752. 59, [1] p. ; 15 cm. (12mo)
 The duenna, a comic opera: : as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. New-York [N.Y.]: : Reprinted for the publishers., M,DCC,LXXIX. [1779] [4], 40 p. ; 21 cm (8vo)
 A new guide to the English tongue: : In five parts. ... The whole, being recommended by several clergymen, and eminent school-masters. / By Thomas Dilworth. Boston [Mass.]: : Printed for John Perkins, book-seller, in Union-Street., M,DCC,LXXII. [1772] xi, [3], 152 p. : ill., port. ; 16 cm (8vo)
 The new American spelling-book: : in three parts. Containing, I. Dilworth's tables of common words, from one to five syllables; together with several tables, containing a large number of names of persons, places, towns, counties, townships, rivers, creeks, &c. on this continent; with natural and easy lessons dispersed through the whole, which are adapted to the capacities of small children; and yet so as those of riper years may receive sensible instruction therefrom. II. A collection of words of two, three, and four syllables, divided into three tables; being accented and explained, for the better instructing of youth in the knowledge of words, as well as spelling; together with a large table of words nearly the same in sound, but different in spelling and signification; with reading lessons at the end of each table. III. A very plain and easy introduction to English grammar, by way of question and answer;--particularly adapted to the capacities of youth, and intended for the use of schools. / Compiled by John Peirce, Jun. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed by William Ross, in Broad-street., M.DCC.LXXXIX. [1789] v, [1], 198 p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 The French convert: : being a true relation of the happy conversion of a noble French lady, from the errors and superstitions of popery, to the reformed religion, by means of a Protestant gardener, her servant. Wherein is shewn her great and unparallelled sufferings, on the account of her said conversion; as also her wonderful deliverance from two assassins, hired by a popish priest to murder her: and of her miraculous preservation in a wood for two years; and how she was at last providentially found by her husband; who, together with her parents, were brought over to the embracing of the true religion, as were divers others also. [United States] : Printed for the booksellers., 1789. 84 p. ; 16 cm (12mo)
 Solitude best society; or Reasons in defence of retirement; : in prose and verse. Extracted from the most admired writers. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed and sold by William Gibbons, No 144, Third Street., M.DCC.XCII. [1792] 11, [1] p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 An address, delivered to the Amicable Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, on the anniversary of St. John the Evangelist, in the year 1793. / By Jonas Platt, Esquire, in consequence of an appointment for that purpose; and published by request of said lodge. Whitestown [N.Y.]: : Printed by Oliver P. Easton, near the post-office., M,DCC,XCIV. [1794] 11, [1] p. ; 17 cm (4to)
 The last words and edifying death of the Lady, Margaret de la Musse. : Earnestly recommended to all classes of the people, both Christians and others. / By a friend to Christianity. [Concord, N.H.] : Printed at Concord, by E. Russell--1794--for James Robinson. Sold by him wholesale and retail., [1794] iv, [1], 6-62, [2] p. ; 20 cm (8vo)
 An oration. Delivered before King Hiram's Lodge, of Free and Accepted Masons, at Derby, Connecticut, December 23, 1794. : Occasioned by the untimely death of Capt. Jabez Thompson. Who was lost at sea, in the year 1794. / By Brother Canfield Gillet. ... [Newfield, Conn.] : From the press of Beach and Jones: Newfield, Connecticut., [1794] 7, [1] p. ; 21 cm (8vo)
 A surprising account of the captivity and escape of Phillip M'Donald & Alexander M'Leod, of Virginia. From the Chickkemogga Indians, : and of their great discoveries in the western world. From June 1779, to January 1786, when they returned in health to their friends, after an absence of six years and an half. / Written by themselves. Amherst, (N.H.) : Printed by N. Coverly & Son., M,DCC,XCVI. [1796] 14 p. ; 20 cm (16mo)
 The Brother's gift; or, The naughty girl reformed. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed by William Durell, for Evert Duyckinck., 1800. 31, [1] p. : ill. ; 10 cm (32mo)
 The Golden bull; or The crafty princess. : In four parts. [United States?] : Printed to sell., [ca. 1800?] 8 p. ; 17 cm
 The Golden bull: or The crafty princess. [United States? : s.n., ca. 1800?] 8 p. : ill. ; 17 cm
 A Short confession of faith; : being the substance of all the fundamentals of our salvation. Owned and approved by divers churches in London, owning personal election and final perseverance.. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Andrew Bradford, for Daniel White,, 1734.. 39, [1] p. ; 15 cm (12mo)
 The new song-book: : being Miss Ashmore's favourite collection of songs. As sung at the theatres and public gardens in London and Dublin. To which are prefixed, the songs of the Padlock, Lionel and Clarissa, and many other opera songs never before published. Containing, in the whole, near three hundred: in which are many originals and a variety of other songs, by different composers, which, upon comparing, will be justly allowed (by every person of sense) to be the best of the kind yet published, and may well be termed "The beauties of all the songs selected." Boston [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by W. M'Alpine, at the printing office in Marl-borough-Street., 1771. [3], vi-xii, 202 p. ; 14 cm (12mo)
 Spiritual songs: or, Songs of praise, : with Penitential cries to Almighty God, upon several occasions. Together with the Song of songs, which is Solomon's: first turned, then paraphrased in English verse: with the addition of a sacred poem on Dives and Lazarus. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed and sold by H. Gaine, printer, bookseller, and stationer, at the Bible and Crown, in Hanover-Square., M,DCC,LXV. [1765] [8], 150, [2] p. ; 16 cm (8vo)
 The Universal Friend's advice. : To those of the same religious society recommended to be read in their public meetings for divine worship. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Francis Bailey, at Yorick's Head, Market-Street., MDCCLXXXIV. [1784] 8 p. ; 17 cm (8vo)
 Maria, or The generous rustic. Philadelphia [Pa.]. : Re-printed and sold by Enoch Story, Jun. at his office in Strawberry-Alley, Mid-way., M,DCCLXXXV. [1785] vi, [1], 8-112 p. ; 16 cm (8vo)
 A copy of a letter written by our blessed Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, : and found under a great stone sixty-five years after his crucifixion. [Hartford, Conn.] : London, printed: Hartford, re-printed,, 1789. 7, [1] p. ; 18 cm (8vo)
 Proposals for printing by subscription, a body of sermons, upon the most important branches of practical Christianity. / By William Smith, D.D. Provost of the College and Academy of Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1789] [6], xvii, [1] p. ; 20 cm (8vo)
 Divine songs, attempted in easy language, for the use of children. / By I. Watts, D.D. Boston [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by T. and J. Fleet, at the Bible and Heart, in Cornhill., 1791. [2], iv, 5-44, [2] p. : ill. ; 16 cm (12mo)
 The New-England primer (enlarged and much improved) : for the more easy attaining the true reading of English. To which is added, the Assembly's catechism; and also, Spiritual milk for American babes, being the catechism of Mr. John Cotton. With the addition of a new enticing alphabet, never before in this primer. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-street, between Second and Third streets., [not after 1790] [80] p. : ill. ; 11 cm. (24mo)
 Sermons, / by Hugh Blair, D.D. F.R.S. Ed. one of the ministers of the high church, and professor of rhetoric and belles lettres in the University, of Edinburgh. Volume the third. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed for Robert Campbell., M,DCC,XCIV. [1794] [2], iv, 334 [i.e. 234], [2] p. ; 17 cm. (12mo)
 The life of Joseph, the son of Israel. : In eight books. Chiefly designed to allure young minds to a love of the sacred Scriptures. / By John Macgowan. Exeter [N.H.]: : Printed by Henry Ranlet, for Ozias Silsby., MDCCXCIV. [1794] 4, [1], vi-xiv, [3], 18-252 p. ; 15 cm (12mo)
 The American spelling book: : containing an easy standard of pronunciation. Being the first part of A grammatical institute of the English language. To which is added, an appendix, containing a moral catechism and a federal catechism. / By Noah Webster, Jun. Esquire. Author of "Dissertations on the English language," "Collection of essays and fugitive writings," &c. [Boston, Mass]: : Printed at Boston, by Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews, Faust's Statue, No. 45, Newbury Street. Sold, wholesale and retail, at their bookstore; by said Thomas, at his bookstore in Worcester, and by the booksellers in town and country., 1796. x, [1], 12-156 p. : ill., port. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 A golden treasury, for the children of God, whose treasure is in heaven; : consisting of select texts of the Bible, with practical observations in prose and verse, for every day in the year. / By C.H. v. Bogatzky. With some alterations and improvements by various hands. Also, a preface on the right use of this book. Together with a few forms of prayer for private use. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed by Wilson & Kirk, 299, Broad-Way, for the New-York Society for promoting Christian Knowledge and Piety., 1797. xvi, 376 p. ; 12 x 13 cm. (24mo)
 Prayers and hymns for the use of children. : To which is added, A short and easy catechism. / Taken, with alterations and additions, from Dr. Watts. Whitehall [Pa.]: : Printed for W. Young, the corner of Chesnut and second-streets, Philadelphia., M,DCCC. [1800] 32 p. ; 10 cm (24mo)
 Meditations, with prayers, on the life and loving-kindnesses of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. : In four parts, viz. I. Of the incarnation of Christ to his passion. II. Of the passion of Christ to his Ressurection. III. Of the Resurrection of Christ and his several appearances. IV. Of the Ascension, Pentecost, &c. &c. / Written originally in Latin by Thomas a Kempis. And now translated into English for the benefit of devout Christians, by Henry Lee, LL.B. London [England]: : Printed for E. Dilly, at the Rose and Crown, in the Poultry; and sold by James Rivington and Garrat Noel, booksellers, at New-York, and at their store, in Philadelphia., MDCCLX. [1760] xxii, 441, [1]p. ; 21 cm (8vo)
 To the sheriff of the county of [blank] Greeting. : Whereas the General Assembly of the state of Connecticut granted and laid a number of taxes, viz. [blank] on all the polls and rateable estates in said state, for public service: and whereas the part and proportion of said taxes arising upon the polls and rateable estates of the town of [blank] according to the lists thereof sent in to the Assembly, there still remains unpaid the sum of [blank] lawful money, as per account of the state treasurer, whereof execution remains to be done. And whereas [blank] was chosen and appointed by said town of [blank] to collect said rates or taxes ... but so far failed and neglected within the time limited by law to pay in said taxes to the said treasurer ... These are therefore by authority of the state of Connecticut, to command you, that the goods and chattels of the select-men of said town of [blank] or any of them, within your precincts you cause to be levied, and same being disposed of as the law directs, paid and satisfied unto the said treasurer of this state for the time being the aforesaid sum of [blank] lawful money, together with the lawful interest to the first day of December, 1785, ... Hereof fail not, and make due return of this writ, with your doings thereon according to law, within sixty days next coming. Dated at Hartford, the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, 178[blank] / [blank] treasurer. [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1787] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 39 x 24 cm.
 (Circular.) Disctrict of Connecticut, Supervisor's-Office, November [blank] 1799. : Sir, With this you will receive the act of Congress approved July 14th, 1798, entitled "An act to lay and collect a direct tax within the United States;"--also three forms, by which you are to execute your duty as collector: the first marked F. the second K. and the third L. ... [Connecticut : s.n., 1799] [4] p. ; 33 cm (folio)
 A dying hymn, on the death of Miss Polly Goold. [United States : s.n., ca. 1800?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 20 cm.
 Farewell hymn; on the death of Miss Polly Gould. [United States : s.n., 179-?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 20 x14 cm
 The Damsel's tragedy; or The cruel mother-in-law. Salem [Mass.] : Printed [by N. & J. Coverly]--at the sign of Faust's statue, where cash and the highest price is given for cotton and linen rags., [1799?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 45 x 29 cm
 Theatre! Eleventh night. At Washington-Hall, : on Friday evening, July 14th, 1797, will be presented that elegant and muh [sic] admired comedy, called The child of nature. ... End of comedy, Mr. Jones will endeavour to explain to the audience What a woman is like. After which, Mrs. Graupner will sing the popular hunting song of Tally ho! To which will be added, the humourous musical entertainment of the Romp: or, A cure for the spleen. ... [Salem, Mass. : s.n., 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 43 x 26 cm
 Part the third, on pirates. [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., 1775?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 43 x 27 cm
 A Dialogue between Death and a lady. [United States : s.n., 179-?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 25 x 23 cm.
 Constitution of the Philadelphia Association, for the Suppression of Vice and Immorality. : We the subscribers, inhabitants of the city and liberties of Philadelphia, taking into our serious consideration the awful prevalence of vice and immorality, at the present time, and being impressed with a sense of the duty which we conceive to be incumbent on ourselves and others; do hereby agree, that we will associate for the purpose of aiding the civil authority of the state, the mayor, aldermen, and other magistrates ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., ca. 1793?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 22 cm
 The History of our blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ: : composed in verses for the profit of the reader. [Windham, Conn.] : Sold [by John Byrne] at the printing-office, in Windham., [not before 1790] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 19 cm
 Adam and Eve. : A favourite new song, very much in vogue among the young gentlemen and ladies in town and conntry [sic]. [United States : s.n., 1797?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 34 x 23 cm
 Notice. : A meeting of the descendants or legal representatives of those persons who were inhabitants of the township of Schenectady in the year 1684, being the time when the patent for the said township was granted; or the year 1714 when the above patent was confirmed, is requested at the house of John B. Vrooman, on Tuesday the 28th day of March instant, at two o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of concerting measures that may tend to their interest and benefit. / By order of the trustees, Adam S. Vrooman clerk. Schenectady, March 23, 1797. [Schenectady, N.Y.] : Printed by C.P. Wyckoff, in State-Street., [1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 23 x 17 cm
 Sales at auction. (Continued.) : On Saturday evening the 22d instant, will be sold by auction, in the city of Philadelphia, at the store of Freeman & Co. No. 68. North Third Street. A large and valuable collection of prints and paintings. Looking glasses, girondoles, chimney pieces, composition ornaments, artificial stone, &c. &c. A catalogue of the prints and paintings will be printed and may be had at the said store before the day of sale; where the articles mayalso [sic] be seen. The sales to commence at 7 o'clock. / William Shannon, auctioneer. Notes, bills, drafts and bonds of Messrs. Morris and Nicholson or either of them, will be taken in payment at their current value. April 21st, 1797. Seats and accomodations in the room will be rendered more c onvenient [sic] for ladies and gentlemen than on the last evening's sales. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Robert Aitken, No. 22. Market Street., [1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 27 x 22 cm
 To be sold, the following described tracts of land, : for half a guinea per acre, free from quit-rent for ever, viz. Twenty-five thousand acres, lying in Northampton county, in the state of Pennsylvania, situated on a large navigable branch of Delaware river, called Lachawaxen, and about one hundred and twenty miles from Philadelphia, ... Twenty-five thousand acres, situated near the east branch of Susquehana river, in the county of Northumberland. ... The titles are indisputable; and to settlers, time will be given for part of the purchase-money. ... Apply to James Thompson, near Christ Church, in Philadelphia; Alexander Robertson, in New-York; or to the subscriber, living in Trenton, state of New-Jersey. / Robert Lettis Hooper, Junior. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed by Samuel Loudon., [1784] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Advertisement. : Stray'd or stolen from Col. Oliver Partridge's pasture in Hatfield, on the night preceding the tenth of June instant, a mare, about fifteen hands high, six years old, paces and trots, her colour, at a little distance, appears to be a bright sorril, but on examination, her hair will be found to be one third white, a blaze in her face, a little white on both her hind legs, and three white hoofs. Whoever will take up and return or secure and give notice of said mare to Col. Partridge, shall be generously rewarded, and have all necessary charges paid, / by Oliver Partridge, jun. Hatfield, 11th June, 1774. [Massachusetts : s.n., 1774] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 18 x 15 cm
 An elegy on the death of Capt. Annanias Valentine, Thomas Pinckney, Isaac Eliot, Jacamiah Cropsey, and Leonard Merrit, : all respectable citizens of the town of Marlborough, who were unfortunately drowned on the flats, in front of the town, in attempting to go on shore, on Friday morning, the 12th of December, 1800, in a violent storm of wind and rain. [United States : s.n., 1800?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 36 x 23 cm.
 The History of our blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. : Composed in verse for the profit of the reader. [New London, Conn.] : Sold at the printing-office in New-London., [ca. 1790?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 20 cm
 The Happy child. [United States : s.n., 179-?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 46 x 19 cm.
 The Bride's burial. [United States : s.n., 179-?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 34 x 21 cm
 An Hymn to be sung by the Episcopal charity-children, at Trinity-Church, on Sunday, November the ninth, 1794, : when a sermon will be preached, and a collection made for the benefit of that benevolent institution. ... The school at present consists of eighty-six scholars, viz. fifty-six boys and thirty girls. The children are instructed in the principles of the Christian religion and in psalmody; they constantly attend divine service at church on week days as well as on Sundays, and the greatest attention is paid to their morals. The boys are taught reading, writing, arithmetic and merchants accounts; the girls are taught reading, writing, arithmetic and needle-work. ... [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm
 The Doctor and squire: an excellent new song. : To a pleasant new tune; and much in request among the young ladies and gentlemen in town and country. [Boston, Mass.] : Sold [by Ezekiel Russell] next the stump of Liberty-Tree, 1792: where country shopkeepers, travelling-traders and others may be supplied with several new books, &c. cheap., [1792] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill., port. ; 39 x 25 cm
 The Major's only son, and his true love's overthrow. [United States : s.n., 179-?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 39 x 21 cm
 The experiences of Nancy Welch, a blind woman; : Together with Lines for a family of her acquaintance. / (Written by herself.) [Salem, Mass.? : s.n., not before 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 42 x 22 cm
 The Trial and character of a true Christian. [United States? : s.n., ca. 1730?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 11 cm
 Hymn, composed by the late Rev. Mr. George Whitefield, with design to be sung at his own funeral, : now re-published at the request of a number of friends to that truly worthy and pious gentleman. (Adapted to Savannah tune.) [Rutland, Vt.? : Printed by James Kirkladie?, ca. 1795?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 27 x 19 cm.
 The French convert: : being a true relation of the happy conversion of a noble French lady, from the errors and superstitions of popery, to the reformed religion, by means of a Protestant gardiner, her servant. Wherein is shewed, her great and unparallell'd sufferings, on the account of her said conversion; as also her wonderful deliverance from two assassins hired by a popish priest to murther her; and of her miraculous preservation in a wood for two years; and how she was at last providentially found by her husband, who, together with her parents, was brought over by her means to the embracing of the true religion, as were divers others also. The whole relation being sent by a Protestant minister, now a prisoner in France, to a French refugee in London. New-London [Conn.]: : Printed and sold by T. Green., [1766?] vii, [1], 9-84 p. ; 17 cm. (12mo)
 A new introduction to psalmody; or The art of singing psalms. : With a variety of psalm tunes, hymns & chorus's; in three & four musical parts The whole engraved on copper-plates. An alpabetical table of the tunes ... [Exeter, N.H.] : Engrav'd printed & sold by John Wd. Gilman. Exeter, 1769. 24 p. : music ; 16 cm (8vo)
 A brief account of God's dealings with E.G. son to a dissenting minister in London. : To which is added, a hymn entitled An invitation to the vilest: or, The wondrous power of free-grace. / Written by himself. Newport [R.I.]: : Printed for Eldad Hunter,, 1772. 15, [1] p. ; 19 cm. (4to)
 A sermon, preached at the execution of Moses Paul, an Indian, : who was executed at New-Haven, on the 2d of September, 1772, for the murder of Mr. Moses Cook, late of Waterbury, on the 7th of December, 1771. Preached at the desire of said Paul. / By Samson Occom, Minister of the Gospel, and missionary to the Indians. Boston [Mass.]: : Printed [by John Boyle] for, and sold by Seth Adams, Hartford Post., 1773. 31, [1] p. ; 19 cm (4to)
 Devotional papers, / wrote by the late Mrs. Sarah Gill, of Boston: the same as contained in the appendix to the sermon on her death, by the Rev. Mr. Hunt. Together with her touching letter, as from the dead. All published for the benefit of the living. [New London, Conn.] : Boston: printed. New-London: re-printed and sold by T. Green., [1774] 23, [1] p. ; 18 cm. (12mo)
 Advertisement. Notice is hereby given to the proprietors of Souhegan West (No. 3) : that they meet together at the meeting-house in said Souhegan, on the 23d of May next, at 10 o'clock before noon, to act on the following articles as they then shall think fit. 1. To see if they will do any thing more this year about finishing the meeting-house. 2. To raise money for it if they do, and for the Rev. Mr. Wilkins's salary. 3. To chuse collectors to collect it. 4. To see whether they will chuse a committee to treat with Joseph Blanchard, Esq; as agent ... 5. And whereas several of the proprietors have not yet drawn their 3d division, nor paid their dues laid on their rights, this is to inform them, that their rights will be sold at said meeting, ... / Per order of the committee, Joshua Hicks, clerk. Salem, April 23. 1750. [Salem, Mass. : s.n., 1750] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 20 x 12 cm
 [blank] promise to pay unto William Ray of Paxton in the county of Lancaster, : or order, the sum of [blank] Pennsylvania curancy [sic], at or upon the [blank] day of [blank] for value received. Witness [blank] hand [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] anno Dom, 17[blank] [Pennsylvania : s.n., not after 1750] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 16 cm
 The Despairing husband: or, The cheerful wife's garland : in twenty-seven divine and moral lessons. [Newport, R.I.] : Sold [by James Franklin?] at the printing-office in Newport., [175-?] 15, [1] p. ; 12 cm (16mo)
 Some memoirs of the life of John Roberts. / Written by his son Daniel Roberts. [Boston, Mass.] : Bristol, printed &c. Boston, New-England, re-printed in the year, 1751. 59, [1] p. ; 20 cm (8vo)
 A true account of, and impartial remarks upon the rise, practice, education and principles, of those term'd seceders; : being, materially, reasons of dissent from them. / By Thomas Lusk, student in divinity near Colerain. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Belfast printed: Philadelphia, re-printed [by William Dunlap]. (Price one shilling.), [not before 1757] vii, [2], 10-29, [3] p. ; 16 cm (12mo)
 The religious remembrancer: : being a serious address to the Christian world, on the great subjects of real and practical religion. / By the Reverend Mr. Jones. Boston [Mass.] : Re-printed by Benjamin Mecom, and sold at his shop, under the new printing-office, near the town-house., [1759?] 34, [2] p. ; 18 cm (12mo)
 The young child's catechism, : to begin at three or four year's [sic] old. / By Isaac Watts, D.D. Norwich [Conn.]: : Printed by Green & Spooner., 1777. 24 p. ; 16 cm. (12mo)
 On eternity. [Connecticut? : s.n., 178-?] [4] p. ; 15 cm (8vo)
 A constitution or form of government, agreed upon by the delegates of the people of the state of New-Hampshire, in Convention, : begun and held at Concord, on the second Tuesday of June, 1781, and continued by adjournment to the second Tuesday of September following: to be submitted to the people for their revision, in order to the completing of the same, in conformity to their amendments, at a session to be holden for that purpose, on the fourth Wednesday of January next. [Portsmouth and Exeter, N.H. : Daniel and Zechariah Fowle, 1781] 63, [1] p. ; 18 cm (4to)
 A new guide to the English tongue: : In five parts. ... / By Thomas Dilworth, author of the Schoolmaster's assistant; Young book-keeper's assistant, &c. &c. and schoolmaster in Wapping. Hartford [Conn.]: : Printed by Hudson & Goodwin., M,DCCLXXXIII. [1783] [2], 163, [1] p. : ill., port. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 An act to regulate the militia of the state of New-York. : Passed the 4th of April, 1786. [Poughkeepsie, N.Y.] : Printed at Poughkeepsie, by N. Power., M,DCC,LXXXVI. [1786] 11, [1] p. ; 21 cm (8vo)
 Supplement to The American singing book: : containing twenty five approved psalm tunes from different authors. New Haven [Conn.]: : Printed and sold by Daniel Read, at his shop in Broadway, where may be had the American singing book, the Columbian harmonist, and the Child's instructor in vocal music., [1787] [2], 5-8, 16 p. : music ; 12 x 20 cm.
 The renowned history of Giles Gingerbread, : a little boy who lived upon learning. [Worcester, Mass.] : Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts, by Isaiah Thomas, and sold, wholesale and retail, at his bookstore., MDCCXCIV. [1794] 30 p. : ill. ; 11 cm. (32mo)
 A choice drop of honey from the rock Christ: or, A word of advice to all saints and sinners. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed by G. Forman, opposite the post-office, for the New-York Society for promoting christian knowledge and piety.--, 1797. iv, [1], 6-24 p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 The Wonderful and surprizing life, and horrid death, of Doctor John Faustus. : To which is now added, The necromancer; or, Harlequin Doctor Faustus. As performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent Garden, London. Faithfully translated from the original MS. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed for Robert Stewart, travelling bookseller., 1797. 36 p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 The Theatrical songster: or Amusing companion. : Containing a choice collection of much admired songs. Sung at the theatres in Boston, and other genteel places of amusement. Boston [Mass.]. : Printed and sold by J. White, near Charles' river bridge, and by the booksellers., 1797. 24 p. ; 15 cm (12mo)
 The Devil. Or, The New-Jersey dance. : A horrid relation of facts which took place a few weeks ago, in New-Jersey. Published at the request of many people. Boston [Mass.]: : Printed and sold at Russell's, near Liberty-Pole., 1797. 8 p. : ill. ; 17 cm (8vo)
 The famous history of Whittington and his cat. : Shewing, how from a poor country boy, destitute of parents or relations, he obtained great riches, and was promoted to the high and honorable dignity of Lord Mayor of London. Litchfield [Conn.]: : Printed by T. Collier., [between 1796 and 1800?] [2], 29, [1] p. : ill. ; 10 cm. (32mo)
 The greatest security a people can have for their liberty is when the legislative body are composed of members of different ranks and interests; : for if otherwise, it must differ but little from despotic government. ... We have lately been startled at their egregious mistake in making an act to prevent persons from pursuing their lawful business, which on enquiry is found directly contrary to the spirit and express words of Magna Charta and the Bill of Rights, contrary to the practice of the British Parliament, and contrary to the liberty we are endeavoring to maintain inviolable. ... / A friend to the injured. [United States : s.n., ca. 1795?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 23 x 15 cm.
 The School of good manners. : Composed for the help of parents in teaching their children how to carry it in their places, during their minority. Boston [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by T. and J. Fleet, at the Bible and Heart in Cornhill., [ca. 1795?] 60 p. ; 14 cm (12mo)
 The Scripture warning, and signs, of the last times: : touched upon, in a short discourse, from Ezekiel, 7th chap. 12th verse. / By a plain, singular man, who professes to believe the prophecies and doctrines of the Bible. Portsmouth, New-Hampshire: : Printed by Charles Peirce, No. 5, Daniel-street., 1798. 12 p. ; 19 cm. (12mo)
 An appeal to the candid, upon the present state of religion and politics in Connecticut. [New Haven, Conn.? : s.n., 1798?] 16+ p. ; 17 cm.
 William MacPherson, brigadier general in the Army of the United States, : commanding the troops destined to act against the insurgents in the counties of Northampton, Montgomery and Bucks, in the state of Pennsylvania. To the people of the said counties. Fellow citizens, [Philadelphia, Pa. : John Ward Fenno?, 1799] 8 p. ; 24 cm.
 Jachin and Boaz: or, An authentic key to the door of Free-Masonry. : Calculated not only for the instruction of every new-made Mason, but also for the information of all who intend to become brethren. Illustrated with an accurate plan of the drawing on the floor of a lodge. And interspersed with a variety of notes and remarks, necessary to explain and render the whole clear to the meanest capacity. / By a gentleman, belonging to the Jerusalem Lodge--a frequent visitor at the Queen's Arms, St. Paul's Church-Yard--the Horn, in Fleet-street--Crown and Anchor, Strand--and the Salutation, Newgate-street--London. Try me---prove me. [United States?] : Printed originally in London., [ca. 1799?] 82+ p. ; 18 cm. (12mo)
 Hippesley's drunken man. [United States? : s.n., ca. 1800?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 23 x 18 cm.
 At a meeting of the General Association of the State of Connecticut, at Norfolk, the third Tuesday of June 1800. : It being a matter of great importance, for the general interests of religion, to continue the union now subsisting between the Associated Churches of the state of Connecticut and the United Presbyterian Churches of North America; ... [Connecticut : s.n., 1800] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 40 x 17 cm.
 July, 1800. John M'Culloch, No. 1, North Third-Street, Philadelphia. Has constantly for sale, a general assortment of books and stationary [sic]. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1800] [4] p. ; 18 cm. (8vo)
 God's dreadful judgment on false swearing. [United States] : Printed for the purchasers., [ca. 1800?] 7, [1] p. ; 21 cm (8vo)
 An impartial account of the trial of Mr. Levi Weeks, for the supposed murder of Miss Julianna Elmore Sands. : At a court held in the city of New-York, March 31, 1800. / By James Hardie, A.M. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed and sold by M. M'Farlane, No. 29 Gold-Street., 1800. vii, [2], 10-34 p. ; 21 cm (8vo)
 Tribute to Washington, for February 22d, 1800. [United States : s.n., 1800] [2]+ p. ; 19 cm
 Mel. Guter Hirte willt du nicht. [United States : s.n., ca. 1800?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 16 x 11 cm.
 The ten pound act: : that is to say, An act for the more speedy recovery of debts to the value of ten pounds. Enacted into a law, by the people of the State of New-York, represented in Senate and Assembly, the 17th day of April, 1787--being the 12th year of the Independence of the United States of America. To which is added, an appendix, containing an extract from the law respecting the imprisonment of debtors. Passed Feburary 13th, 1789. And an act amenditory of the said law, respecting the imprisonment of debtors. Passed March 31st, 1790. [Albany, N.Y.] : Printed and sold, in Albany, by Charles R. and George Webster, No. 46, North side of State-street, corner of Middle-lane: where printing, in general, is performed on reasonable terms.--M.DCC.XCIII. (Price one pistareen.), [1793] 24 p. ; 23 cm. (12mo)
 The Psalms of David, imitated in the language of the New Testament, and apply'd to the Christian state and worship. / By I. Watts, D.D. [Boston, Mass.] : London: printed. Boston: N.E. re-printed and sold by D. and J. Kneeland, in Queen-Street, for S. Webb, in Ann-street., 1761. vi, 304, [26] p. ; 16 cm (12mo)
 The Psalms of David; imitated in the language of the New Testament, and applied to the Christian state and worship. / By I. Watts, D.D. Boston [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by Isaiah Thomas, at the Mill-Bridge., MDCCLXXII. [1772] 299, [1] p. ; 16 cm (12mo)
 The nurse, : translated from the Italian of Luigi Tansillo. / By William Roscoe. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed by W. Durell, No. 106 Maiden-Lane, for the book-sellers., 1800. [3], 126-127, 130-164 p. ; 16 cm (8vo)
 Rules and articles, for the better government of the troops raised, or to be raised, and kept in pay, by, and at the expence of the United States of America. [United States : s.n., 1799?] 89, [1] p. ; 18 cm (12mo)
 The only sure guide to the English tongue: or, New pronouncing spelling book: : upon the same plan as Perry's Royal standard English dictionary, now made use of in the most celebrated schools of Great Britain, Ireland, and America. To which are added, a comprehensive grammar of the English language; and a select number of moral tales and fables, for the instruction of youth. With an appendix. ... / By W. Perry, lecturer on the English language, in the Academy, Edinburgh. Worcester [Mass.]: : Printed by Mower & Greenleaf., 1799. ix, [1], 11-180 p. : ill. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 The Universal dream-dictionary, : shewing the signification of all manner of dreams, alphabetically arranged. According to Aristotle, Artimedorus, Lord Bacon, Baxter, Booker, Cardan, Ashmole, Culpepper Melancthon, Julianus, Lilly, Themistius, Theopompus, Tryon, &c. To which are added, quotations from the most celebrated poets. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed for H. & P. Rice, No. 16, South Second-street, and No. 50, Market-street., M,DCC,XCVIII. [1797] 144 p. ; 13 cm (18mo)
 Solitude considered with respect to its influence upon the mind and the heart. / Written originally in German by M. Zimmermann, aulic counsellor and physician to His Britannic Majesty at Hanover. Translated from the French of J. B. Mercier. [Wilmington, Del.] : Printed for, & sold by James Wilson, No. 5, High-street, opposite the upper Market, Wilmington, (Del.), 1797. [4], v, [1], 298 p. ; 18 cm (12mo)
 Travels through Egypt and Syria, in the years 1783, 1784, and 1785. : Containing the present natural and political state of those countries, their productions, arts, manufactures, and commerce; with observations on the manners, customs and government of the Turks and Arabs. / By M. C-F. Volney. Translated from the French. In two volumes. Vol. I. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed by John Tiebout, for E. Duyckinck, & Co. booksellers & Stationers., 1798. [9], iv-vi, [1], 8-256 p., [1] leaf of plates : port. ; 21 cm (8vo)
 Solitude considered, with respect to its influence upon the mind and the heart. / Written originally in German, by M. Zimmermann, aulic counsellor and physician to His Britannic Majesty at Hanover. Translated from the French of J.B. Mercier. [New York, N.Y.] : Printed by Mott & Lyon, for Evert Duyckinck & Co. C. Davis, J. Harrisson, J. Fellows, and J. Lyon., [1796] [2], v, [1], 328 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 Solitude considered, with respect to its influence upon the mind and the heart. / Written originally in German, by M. Zimmermann, aulic counsellor and physician to His Britannic Majesty at Hanover. Translated from the French of J.B. Mercier. [New York, N.Y.] : Printed by Mott & Lyon, for T. Allen, No. 185, Pearl-Street., [1796] [2], v, [1], 328 p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 Solitude considered, with respect to its influence upon the mind and the heart. / Written originally in German, by M. Zimmermann, aulic counsellor and physician to His Britannic Majesty at Hanover. Translated from the French of J.B. Mercier. [New York, N.Y.] : Printed by Mott & Lyon, for Thomas Dunn., [1796] [2], v, [1], 328 p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 The history of the Duchess of C-----. / From Adela and Theodore. Written by herself. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed and sold by Stewart & Cochran, No. 34, South Second Street., M,DCC,XCII. [1792] 97, [1]+ p. ; 15 cm (18mo)
 A new guide to the English tongue: : In five parts. ... The whole being recommended, by several clergymen, and eminent schoolmasters, as the most useful performance for the instruction of youth. / By Thomas Dilworth, author of the Schoolmaster's assistant, Young book-keeper's assistant, &c, &c. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed by W. Durell, No. 19 Queen-Street., M,DCC XCI. [1791] 72, 61-156 p. : ill., port. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 The Messiah, / attempted from the German of Mr. Klopstock, by Joseph Collyer. In fifteen books. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed by George Forman, No. 156, Front-Street, for Benjamin Gomez, book-seller and stationer, No. 97, Maden-Lane.--, 1795. xvi, [3], 20-403, [1] p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 The Psalms of David, imitated in the language of the New Testament, and applied to the Christian state and worship. / By Isaac Watts, D.D. Boston [Mass.]: : Printed by and for Joseph Bumstead, No 20, Union-Street., M.DCC.XCIII. [1793] 575, [1] p. ; 14 cm. (12mo)
 Praise out of the mouth of babes: or, A particular account of some extraordinary pious motions and devout exercises, observed of late in many children in Silesia. : With a preface by the late Reverend Dr. Increase Mather. And Dr. Newman's opinion of this extraordinary business; who was chief minister at Breslaw. [Boston, Mass.] : London, printed 1708. Boston, printed 1709. Boston, printed and sold by Rogers and Fowle at the printing-office over-against the south east corner of the town-house., 1741. 23, [1] p. ; 15 cm. (8vo)
 The oneirocritic, : being a treatise on the art of foretelling future events, by dreams, moles, cards, the signs of the zodiac and the planets. / Carefully done from the Arabic manuscripts of Ibrahim Ali Mahomed Hafez. New-York [N.Y.], : Printed for N. Ogden., [179-?] 144 p. ; 14 cm (12mo)
 A short collection of sundry articles, out of the confession of faith, : owned and consented to by the elders and messengers of the churches in the colony of Connecticut, &c. Which were presented to the said elders and messengers of the associations in the aforesaid colony (being suspected not to be fully proved out of the Scriptures) to the end they might be further enquired into and amended, or confirmed by more plain Scripture proofs: and was also presented to the General Court, to put said elders and messengers forward to make answer respecting said articles. As also a short relation of some sufferings, relating to conscience, in said colony, as a farther motive to said Court to be thorow [sic] in that affair. / By John Bolles. Newport, Rhode-Island: : Printed by J. Franklin, for the author, and sold by him in New London., 1729. [4], 18 p. ; 16 cm (8vo)
 The Husband-man's guide : in four parts. Part first. Containing many excellent rules for setting and planting of orchards, gardens and woods, the times to sow corn, and all other sorts of seeds. Part second. Choice physical receipts for divers dangerous distempers in men, women and children. Part third. The experienc'd farrier. Containing many excellent and profitable receipts for the curing of all diseases in horses, sheep, cowes, oxen, & hogs. Part fourth. Certain rare receipts to make cordial waters, conserves, preserves; with many useful writings, &c. Boston [Mass.]: Printed by John Allen, for Eleazar Phillips, 1710. [2], 5-107, [1] p. ; 11 cm (12mo)
 The Complete letter-writer. : Containing familiar letters on the most common occasions in life. Also, a variety of elegant letters for the direction and embellishment of style. On business, duty, amusement, love, courtship, marriage, friendship, & other subjects. In four parts. With directions for writing letters, and the proper forms of address. To which is added, forms of message cards. [Boston, Mass.] : London, printed. Boston: re-printed by John West Folsom, No. 2, Ann-Street., M.DCC.LXXXV. [1785] 206, [10] p. ; 14 cm (12mo)
 The Psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, of the Old and New-Testament: / faithfully translated into English meeter: for the use, edification and comfort of the saints in publick and private, especially in New-England. Boston [Mass.]: : Printed for T. Hancock at the Bible and three Crowns near the town-dock., 1729. [2], 309, [1] p. : music ; 14 cm (12mo)
 The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, / translated out of the original Greek: and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third-Streets., M DCC LXXXIX. [1789] [336] p. ; 18 cm (12mo)
 The Psalms of David, imitated in the language of the New-Testament, and applied to the Christian state and worship. / By I. Watts, D.D. Boston [Mass.]: : Printed by Kneeland and Davis, in Queen-Street, for Nicholas Bowes, in Cornhill., M,DCC,LXXIII. [1773] viii, 318, [22] p. ; 15 cm (12mo)
 In pursuance of an act made anno sexto, Annae Reginae; entituled, An act for the encouragement of the trade to America. : An account of the names, ages and descriptions of the men belonging to the [blank] of [blank] burthen [blank] tons, [blank] built, whereof [blank] is master, bound for [blank] ... These are to certify, that the above-written is a true copy of a list of sailors, attested by [blank] master of the [blank] of [blank] before his departure from this port. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand, and caused the seal of my office to be affixed at the Custom-House in Salem, New-England, the [blank] day of [blank] annoque Domini, [blank] [Boston, Mass. : s.n., not after 1735] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 16 x 19 cm
 Christ's compassion on the multitudes scatter'd abroad, as sheep without a shepherd. : A sermon preached at Marlborough, on occasion of the death of the Reverend and learned Mr. Robert Breck, late pastor of the church there; who died Jan. 6. 1730[/]31. In the 49th year of his age. / By John Prentice, A.M. Pastor of the church in Lancaster.. Boston, N.E. : Printed by S. Kneeland and T. Green., M,DCC,XXXI. [1731] [4], 27, [1] p. ; 22 cm. (8vo)
 Know all men by these presents, : that I [blank] of [blank] in the County of [blank] in the Colony of Rhode-Island, &c. [blank] am holden and obliged unto Jahleel Brenton, Daniel Updike, John Gardner, Joseph Whipple, John Dexter and Edward Scott. Esprs. [sic] trustees for said colony, in the sum of [blank] pounds, in bills of public credit of said colony, to be paid to said trustees, or to their successors in said office. For which payment I bind my self my heirs executors and administrators firmly by these presents. Sealed with my seal, dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of his Majesty's reign. Annoq; Domini, 17[blank] The condition of the above obligation is such, that if the said [blank] his executors or administrators, shall pay unto the said trustees, or their successors in said office, the sum of [blank] in bills of public credit as aforesaid at or before the [blank] day of [blank] A.D. 17[blank] then this obligation shall be void, and said sum shall discharge one tenth part of the principle sum of a mortgage deed But upon failure, shall be in full force. Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [Rhode Island : s.n., not after 1742] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 16 x 20 cm.
 The Young gentleman and lady's monitor, and English teacher's assistant: : being a collection of select pieces from our best modern writers: calculated to eradicate vulgar prejudices and rusticity of manners; improve the understanding; rectify the will; purify the passions; direct the minds of youth to the pursuit of proper objects; and to facilitate their reading, writing, and speaking the English language, with elegance and propriety. Particularly adapted for the use of our eminent schools and academies, as well as private persons, who have not an opportunity of perusing the works of those celebrated authors, from whence this collection is made. Divided into small portions for the ease of reading in classes. / By J. Hamilton Moore, author of the Practical navigator and Seaman's new daily assistant. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed for Thomas Allen, No. 12, Queen-Street., M,DCC,XCII. [1792] vi, 406, [6] p., IV leaves of plates : ill. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Her Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England: : begun and held at Boston, upon Wednesday the twenty-seventh of May, 1702. [Boston, Mass. : Printed by Bartholomew Green and John Allen?, 1702] p. 225-228 : coat of arms ; 30 cm (folio)
 Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Her Majesties province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New-England: : begun and held at Boston, on Wednesday the tenth of March, 1702. [Boston, Mass. : Printed by Bartholomew Green and John Allen?, 1703?] p. 241-244 : coat of arms ; 31 cm. (folio)
 Acts & laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Her Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England: : begun and held at Boston upon Wednesday the twenty-sixth of May, 1703. And continued upon adjournment unto Wednesday the 30th. of June following, and then met. [Boston, Mass. : Printed by Bartholomew Green and John Allen?, 1703?] p. 245-246 ; 30 cm (folio)
 Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Her Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England: : begun and held at Boston upon Wednesday the thirty-first of May, 1704. [Boston, Mass. : Printed by Bartholomew Green?, 1704?] p. 263-266 : coat of arms ; 31 cm (folio)
 An act, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Her Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England: : begun and held at Boston upon Wednesday the thirty-first of May, 1704. And continued by prorogation unto Wednesday the sixteenth of August following, and then met. [Boston, Mass. : Printed by Bartholomew Green and John Allen?, 1704?] p. 267-269, [1] : coat of arms ; 31 cm (folio)
 An act, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Her Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England: : begun and held at Boston upon Wednesday the thirty-first of May, 1704. And continued by several prorogations unto Wednesday the twenty-fifth of October following, and then met, being their third session. [Boston, Mass. : Printed by B. Green?, 1704?] p. 271-272 : coat of arms; 30 cm (folio)
 An act, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of Her Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England: : begun and held at Boston upon Wednesday the thirty-first of May, 1704. And continued by several prorogations unto Wednesday the twenty-seventh of December following, and then met; being their fourth session. [Boston, Mass. : Printed by Bartholomew Green?, 1705?] p. 273-274 : coat of arms ; 30 cm (folio)
 Middlesex, ss. George the Second, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France and Ireland, King, defender of the faith &c. : To the sheriff of our county of [blank] his under-sheriff or deputy, Greeting. We command you that you summon [blank] (if [blank] may be found in your precinct) to appear before our justices of our Inferiour Court of Common Pleas to be holden at [blank] within and for our said county of Middlesex, on the [blank] Tuesday of [blank] next: then and there in our said court to answer to [blank] To the damage of the said [blank] the sum of [blank] pounds; which shall then and there be made to appear, with other due damages: and have you there this writ, with your doings therein. Witness [blank] Esq; at Cambridge, the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of our reign. Annogue Domini, 173[blank] [Boston, Mass. : s.n., not after 1738] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 16 x 20 cm.
 To the sheriff of the county of [blank] or his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of [blank] within the said county, Greeting. : Whereas [blank] of [blank] recovered a judgment against [blank] before the [blank] County Court held at [blank] within the county [blank] on the [blank] day of [blank] for the sum of [blank] and also for the sum of [blank] costs of suit, as appears of record; whereof execution remains to be done. These are therefore in His Majesties name to require and command you, that of the goods, chattels or lands of the said [blank] within your precincts, you cause to be levied, and the same being disposed of or apprized, as the law directs, paid and satisfied unto the said [blank] the aforesaid sum of [blank] in the whole; with two shillings more for this writ: and thereof also to satisfy your self for your own fees. ... Hereof fail not, and make due return of this writ, with your doings thereon, [blank] Dated at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of His Majesties reign. Annoque Domini, 172[blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1726] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 20 cm
 To the sheriff of the county of [blank] or his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of [blank] within the said county, Greeting. : Whereas [blank] recovered a judgment against [blank] before the [blank] County Court held at [blank] within the county [blank] on the [blank] day of [blank] for the sum of [blank] and also for the sum of [blank] costs of suit, as appears of record; whereof execution remains to be done These are therefore in His Majesty's name to require and command you, that [blank] of the goods, chattels or lands of the said [blank] within your precincts, you cause to be levied and the same being disposed of or apprized as the law directs, paid and satisfied unto the said [blank] the aforesaid sum of [blank] in the whole, with two shillings more for this writ; and thereof also to satisfy your self for your own fees. ... Hereof fail not, and make due return of this writ with your doings thereon, according to law. Dated at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of His Majesty's reign, annoque Domini, 173[blank] [Connecticut : s.n., 1730] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 19 cm
 To all Christian people to whom these presents shall come, Greeting, : know ye, that I [blank] of [blank] in the county of Hampshire in the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] currant money of the province aforesaid, to me in hand paid before the ensealing hereof by [blank] of [blank] aforesaid [blank] the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge and my self fully satisfyed, contented and paid, have given, granted, bargained, sold, aliened, released, conveyed and confirmed, and by these presents, do freely, clearly and absolutely give, grant, bargain, sell, aliene, release, convey and confirm unto him the said [blank] his heirs and assigns for ever [blank] To have and to hold the before granted premises with the appurtenances, unto the said [blank] his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns for ever, to his and their own proper use, benefit & behoof for ever-more. ... [Massachusetts : s.n., not after 1728] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm.
 The death of King George lamented in Pennsylvania; : being part of a letter to the author's country friend. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1727] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 40 x 32 cm (folio)
 (Circular) Treasury Department. Register's Office, 15th May, 1800. : Sir, In a communication from the Secretary of the Treasury to the House of Representatives, transmitting the general abstract of tonnage of the United States, to 31st December, 1798, ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1800] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 25 x 20 cm
 Collector's office, No. 49, north Third-street. Philadelphia, [blank] : Sir, Please take notice, that the direct tax assessed on your estate has become due; and if not discharged within twenty days from this date, I shall be under the disagreeable necessity of enforcing the law. / [blank] collector of the first collection district, in the state of Pennsylvania. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1800] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 12 x 21 cm
 Sales of two frame buildings : On Saturday the 31 March instant, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the corner of Poplar-lane and Third-street in the Northern Liberties, on the premises will be sold by auction for cash, several frame buildings and the lots of ground thereto belonging--as they will be sold on the ground; no further discription [sic] is necessary--also a cart and gears, a quantity of boards and scantling Sold as the property of Melchior Deeter. / Isaac Ashton, assignee. William Shannon, auctioneer. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by H. Sweitzer, No. 85, Race-street., [1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 25 x 21 cm
 Funeral dirge, on the death of General Washington, : as sung at the meeting house, in Medford, on January 13th, 1800. [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., 1800] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 21 x 14 cm
 To all whom it may concern, : be it known, that [blank] is a soldier in the Company of Artillery, commanded by Captain [blank] in the Regiment of Artillery, in the City and County of New-York, of which [blank] commandant. In testimony whereof, we the said captain and commandant have respectively signed and countersigned our names, this [blank] day of [blank] in the year, one thousand [blank] hundred [blank] [New York, N.Y.] : (J. Oram, print.), [not after 1800] [4] p. : coat of arms ; 33 cm (folio)
 To the Honorable the justices of the Court of General Sessions of the Peace, to be holden at Biddeford, within and for the county of York, on the second Tuesday of November, 1799. : Humbly shew, The subscribers, inhabitants and freeholders in said county, southerly of Great Ossipee-River,-- That the delay of justice in the supreme judicial court, having but one term in a year, and being confined to one week, cannot have time to get through more than half the business of the county in that week,-- has become a great grief as well as inconvenience to the county:-- That having two supreme courts to be established and holden in this county in the same year in future, one at York and the other at Alfred, would satisfactorily accommodate the inhabitants of this county at large:-- Therefore we pray that a new gaol house may be erected and built in Alfred, aforesaid, as soon as may be, at the expence of this county, for the benefit and accommodation of the inhabitants thereof; that place being near the centre of the territory of this county;-- and when there shall be one supreme judicial court holden there, it will be necessary to have a gaol house in that place. And in duty bound will ever pray. September 19, 1799. [Maine : s.n., 1799] [4] p. ; 34 cm (folio)
 To be sold, by public vendue; on Wednesday next, the 27th of February, at 11 o'clock in the morning, : in Market, between Tenth and Eleventh-streets, sundry articles, consisting of young trees, brick wall, necessary, gate, board pail, and panel fences, &c. &c. seized for ground rent, by the guardians to the estate of Robert Nicol, deceased, / and sold by George Gass and Richard Hunt, constables. Feburary 23d, 1799 [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by Patterson & Cochran, No. 34, South Second-street., [1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 22 x 27 cm
 State of New-Hampshire. To the selectmen of [blank] Greeting. : Pursuant to an act of this state, passed June twenty-first, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two, directing the mode of choosing representatives to the Congress of the United States, you are hereby required to notify and warn a meeting of the inhabitants of said [blank] qualified as the law directs, giving them fifteen days notice, to assemble in some convenient place in said [blank] on the last Monday in August next, for the purpose of voting, by ballot, for four persons, ... You are to attend said meeting, and, with the moderator, receive said ballots or votes, and in open meeting sort and count the same; ... Given at the Council Chamber in Hopkinton, this eighteenth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-eight. / John Taylor Gilman. By his Excellency's command, with advice of council, [blank] secretary. [Portsmouth, N.H. : Printed by John Melcher, 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 30 x 21 cm
 [blank] 1 period Monday 14 January 1799. : 1 Joseph Cowperthwaite 2 David H. Conyngham ... 48 Matthew Crozier / To be struck at the office of the Prothonotary of the Supreme Court, on Monday 17th December, 1798. at 12 o'clock. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by John Dunlap, 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 22 cm
 Nolen & Fitch, No. 46, Cornhill, have constantly for sale, a general assortment of English, India & Scotch goods, on reasonable terms, for cash only. [Boston, Mass. : s.n., between 1798 and 1800?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 11 x 13 cm
 Cheap variety story. Fresh goods. : Just opened and selling at the variety store of Gridley & Nolen, on the draw-bridge, below the market, Boston, a great variety English, India and Scotch goods, suitable for the season. Among which are, a great variety patches, chintzes, and callicoes, which will be sold as cheap, or cheaper, than at any shop in town. Also, iron hollow ware, best Hyson, Souchong and Bohea teas, best Spanish, French and common indigo, cod lines, and warranted hooks, cotton, flax, cotton & wool cards, nails, &c. A constant supply of Lynn shoes, slippers, and gallow shoes, &c. [Boston, Mass. : s.n., 1797?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 20 x 22 cm
 Index to the resolves passed by the General Court, begun and held at Boston, on Wednesday the thirtieth day of May, 1798, and continued by adjournment, to March 1, 1799. [Boston, Mass. : Printed by Young and Minns, 1799] 6, [2] p. ; 35 cm (folio)
 Index to the resolves passed by the General Court, begun and held at Boston, on Wednesday, the thirty-first day of May, 1797, and continued, by adjournment, to March three, 1798. Boston [Mass.]: : Printed by Young and Minns, printers to the Honorable the General Court, of the state of Massachusetts., July, MDCCXCVIII. [1798] 6, [2] p. ; 36 cm (folio)
 Joseph Scott, jun. at his shop, No. 6, Dock-Square, Boston, : (near the market) imports from the manufactories and sells, a great variety of hard-ware goods, by wholesale and retail--very cheap! Crown window-glass of all sizes; pewter; brass; powder; shot; steel; lead, &c. &c. [Boston, Mass. : s.n., 1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 20 cm
 To the selectmen or assessors of the town of [blank] : Whereas the Court of Sessions for the County of York, at Waterborough, issued an order at their last term, to the several towns and plantations in said county, requesting the inhabitants to give ... their votes for, and against, the removal of the Supreme Judicial Court from York, ... The towns of Kittery and Berwick are of opinion, that a convention of the county for the purpose of agreeing on some proper place, will give a general satisfaction.--The subscribers therefore, chosen by said towns united for that purpose, request of the several towns ... to choose delegates to assemble in convention on Wednesday the twenty-fifth day of January, which will be in the year 1797, at 10 o'clock before noon, in Berwick ... / Gentlemen, we are respectfully, your humble servants, Joshua Hubbard, Andrew P. Furnald, Ivory Hovey, Jonathan C. Chadbourne, John Lord, Richard F. Cutts, Nathanael Low. Committee. Kittery, December 24th, 1796. [Maine : s.n., 1796] [4] p. ; 32 cm (folio)
 Commonwealth of Massachusetts. York, ss. : At a Court of General Sessions of the Peace, begun and held at Waterborough, within and for the County of York, on the fourth Tuesday of August, being the 23d day of said month, A.D. 1796. A motion being made, that the committee ... appointed to petition the General Court ... to procure an act of the legislature for removing the Supreme Judicial Court from York to Kennebunk, might be dismissed ... it is ordered,--that the said committee be directed to suspend all further proceedings ... / Attest, Daniel Sewall, clerk. Copy of record, examined by [blank] To the selectmen or assessors of [blank] [Portland, Me.? : s.n., 1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 20 cm
 Dry goods. Benjamin I. Moore, No. 121, William-street, : has received a fresh supply of almost every species of dry goods adapted to this season, of which he will dispose wholesale or retail, on terms worthy the attention of his friends and the public. New-York, [blank] 179[blank] Mr. [blank] Bot. of B.I. Moore. [New York, N.Y. : s.n., not after 1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 28 x 19 cm
 The commonwealth of Virginia. To [blank] Gentleman: : Know you, that from the special trust and confidence reposed in your fidelity, courage, activity, and good conduct, and upon the recommendation of the court of the county of [blank] our governor, pursuant to the act, "For regulating the militia of this commonwealth," doth appoint you the said [blank] Lieutenant in the [blank] Battalion of the [blank] Regiment,the [blank] Brigade and [blank] Division of the said Militia, to take rank as such, agreeably to the number and date hereof. In testimony whereof, these our letters are sealed with the seal of the commonwealth, and made patent. / Witness [blank] Esquire, our said governor, at Richmond, this [blank] day of [blank] 179[blank]. (Registered.) [Richmond, Va. : s.n., not after 1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 19 cm
 City of New-York. ss. : Be it remembered, that on the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety [blank] of the [blank] Ward of the city of New-York [blank] personally came before me [blank] one of the aldermen of the city of New-York, and one of the justices assigned to keep the peace in and for the said city, and acknowledged himself to owe to the people of the state of New-York, the sum of [blank] pounds, good and lawful money of the said state, to be made and levied of his goods and chattels, lands and tenements to the use of the said people, if default shall be made in the condition following, viz. The condition of this recognizance is such, that if the above bounden [blank] shall personally appear at the next Court of General Sessions of the Peace ... and there testify and give such evidence in behalf of the people of the state of New-York, as he knoweth concerning [blank] and do not depart thence, without leave of the court, then this recognizance to be void, otherwise to be and remain in full force and virtue. Acknowledged before me, this [blank] day of [blank] 179[blank] [New York, N.Y. : s.n., not after 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 26 x 21 cm
 Prices current, at Boston, / by Thomas C. Amory, [blank] 179[blank] [Boston, Mass. : s.n., not after 1796] [4] p. ; 26 cm (4to)
 A song on vacation / by Daniel Tillotson. [New Haven, Conn.] : Yale College, Jan. 1st 1796. 1 sheet ([1] p.) : music ; 27 x 19 cm
 Brothers of the clergy. [United States : s.n., 179-?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 23 x 13 cm
 Worcester, March 25, 1793. Proposal, for printing by subscription, in six volumes, 12mo. bound and lettered, The whole and genuine works of Flavius Josephus, : translated from the original Greek, according to Havercamp's accurate edition. ... Together with large notes, proper observations, and an index. To which are prefixed, three dissertations, ... With a table of Jewish coins, weights, and measures. In six volumes. By William Whiston, ... Conditions. I. The work shall be well and handsomely printed on good paper, with a good type, in 6 vols. 12mo. II. The price to subscribers shall be twenty seven shillings, bound and lettered; only four shillings and six pence a volume. III. Those who subscribe for six sets, shall have a seventh gratis. ... [Worcester, Mass. : Printed by Isaiah Thomas, 1793] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 20 x 16 cm.
 Notice. Citizen Genet, minister plenipotentiary from the Republic of France, being shortly expected in this city, : a meeting of the citizens of New-York is requested in the fields, this day, at twelve o'clock, to express their sense on the propriety of addressing him on so interesting an occasion. Thursday, August 1, 1793. [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 1793] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 13 x 23 cm.
 United States of America. To the sheriff of [blank] county, in the Territory South of Ohio, Greeting. : You are hereby commanded to take the bod[blank] [blank] if [blank] found in your county, and [blank] safely keep, so that you have [blank] before the honorable the judges of the superior court of law, to be held for the district of [blank] at the court-house in [blank] on the [blank] Monday of [blank] next, then and there to answer [blank] Herein fail not, and have you then there this writ. Witness [blank] clerk of our said court, at office, the [blank] Monday of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety [blank] and in the [blank] of our independence. Know all men by these presents, that we [blank] are held and firmly bound unto [blank] in the penal sum of [blank] to be void on condition that the said [blank] doth with effect prosecute a suit by [blank] this day commenced against the said [blank] otherwise to pay and satisfy all costs and damages that may be awarded for failure. Witness our hands and seals this [blank] day of [blank] A.D. 179[blank] Teste, [blank] [Knoxville, Tenn.? : Printed by George Roulstone?, not after 1793] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 20 cm
 The Indian's pedigree. : Qui capet ille facit. [Boston, Mass.] : Printed for the purchaser., 1794. 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 33 x 21 cm
 Forty dollars reward, take notice, a daring theft committed!!! : Stolen out of the barn of the subscriber, on the night of the 7th instant, a new brum sleigh, painted green, ... a new set of harness, ... a new first rate saddle, ... a pair of young mares, out of the stable, the smallest of a chesnut bay, ... four years old last fall; the other a red roan, three years old last spring. The thief is supposed to be a dirty gallows looking villain, who calls his name Monson, about 24 years of age, middling size, large fore teeth, had on an old flopt hat, grey homespun coat and overalls, says he was from Goshen, in Connecticut. Whoever will apprehend the thief, that he may be brought to justice, and secure the above property, that the subscriber may have it again, shall have the above reward of forty dollars, and all necessary charges paid; for the property, without the thief, twenty dollars. / James Savage. Town of Canaan, County of Columbia, February 8, 1794. [Hudson, N.Y.] : Printed in Hudson, by Ashbel Stoddard., [1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 26 x 22 cm
 Department of State, July 31, 1794. : The secretary of state requests the [blank] to permit any persons interested and inquiring for the list at the foot hereof, to see the same. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1794] [4] p. ; 33 cm (folio)
 Journal of the House of Representatives. Wednesday, May 14, 1794. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1794] [4] p. ; 34 cm (folio)
 April 3, 1786. The following verses were made on a work of God, at Brush-Hill, West-Springfield, : which began a few months preceeding the date hereof. The author, however unworthy, was, not only a beholder of the goings of God, among that people, but through grace, hopes, was used as an instrument in the work. And as there has since then a very great declention taken place, many of the dear youth who seemed then to run well, have since got hindered. This method of publication is taken as a mean to call after them once more, and if possible, to cause them to stop and consider their ways, both then and now; hoping through God's blessing it may have so good a tendency. It is presented to the world, and them, with the author's prayers. / A. H. ... [Massachusetts? : s.n., 1786] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm
 Nail manufactory. : Stevenson, Douw and Ten Eyck, acquaint the public, that they have set up a nail manufactory in this city, where they have for sale, a constant supply of nails, of all sorts, and on the lowest terms, and at their store in State-Street, No. 4, at the Sign of the Pad-Lock, opposite the door of the Low-Dutch Church. Wanted, a number of boys, from 14 to 16 years of age, as apprentices to the nailing business. Albany [N.Y.], : July 1787.-- Printed by Charles R. Webster, State-street., [1787] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 14 cm
 Sir, The subscribers, having taken into their serious consideration, the general utility attending a friendly correspondence among the booksellers and printers of the United States of America, : especially at a time when a change of government is about to take place, such an alteration, as we trust, will give stability to, and promote the interest of, the manufacturing part of the community. ... It must be a matter of sincere regret ... we must have recourse to another country for that very book (viz. the Holy Bible) the printing and publishing of which, dignifies every Christian country where it is manufactured; ... The determination to which we have come is, to present a petition to the general Congress ... to receive such support and encouragement as that honorable body, in their wisdom, shall judge proper to grant for printing and publishing a correct edition of the common school Bible. As we by no means desire that this design should be monopolized by a few, our resolution is to extend an offer of a share therein to the principal printers and booksellers in the United States, ... / We are, sir, your humble servants, [blank] New-York, January 10, 1789. [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 1789] [4] p. ; 31 cm (folio)
 We hope the gentlemen will not be displeased at our requesting them to pay the waiters on delivery of the refreshments. / G. & R. Gray. Philadelphia [Pa.]; : Printed by James & Johnson, Market-Street., [1790 or 1791] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 7 x 10 cm
 A bill to regulate the collection of the duties imposed by law on goods, wares and merchandize imported into the United States, and on the tonnage of ships or vessels. [New York, N.Y. : Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine?, 1790] 32 + p. ; 33 cm (folio)
 In convention. Philadelphia, [blank] 1790. Sir, pay unto [blank] Esquire, the sum of [blank] for his pay as a member of convention. : To Christian Febiger, Esquire, Treasurer. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1790] 1 sheet ([1] p. ; 17 x 21 cm
 Jesse Sharples, takes this method of informing the public in general, and his friends in particular, that he continues to carry on the saddling business, : as usual, in all its various branches, at his saddle manufactory, the north-west corner of Chesnut and Third-Streets, four doors from the bank, and opposite the Cross-Keys, where he makes, and has for sale, a quantity of ready made work, such as gentlemen and ladies' elegant saddles, plated and polished bridles, an assortment of plated and polished stirrups, of the most fashionable kinds; saddle-bags, portmanteaus and portmanteau trunks, veleises, stable halters, light-horse, jocky, and velvet caps; holsters, sword-belts and scabbards; ... He also makes travelling and other trunks, covered with leather or hair skins, fire-buckets, &c. &c. which he will sell on the most reasonable terms for cash, or short credit. ... Merchants or others, who buy to sell again, will have a considerable allowance made, so as to render it an object to the purchaser. Philadelphia, 1790. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Joseph James., [1790] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 24 x 18 cm
 Catalogus recentium in Collegeium Yalense admissorum MDCCXCII. [New Haven, Conn.] : Typis Thomae et Samuelis Green., [1792] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 25 x 21 cm
 An act for forming and conducting the military force of this state. : Whereas the Congress of the United States did, on the eighth day of May A.D. 1792, pass an act, entitled, "An act more effectually to provide for the national defence, by establishing an uniform militia throughout the United States," which is in the words following, ... [Hartford, Conn.? : Printed by Hudson & Goodwin?, 1792] 8 p. ; 35 cm (folio)
 Know all men by these presents, that we [blank] are held and firmly bound unto Henry Ten Eyck, jun. Esq; : high-sheriff of the county of Albany, in the sum of [blank] current money of the province of New-York: to be paid to the said Henry Ten Eyck, jun. his certain attornies, executors, administrators, or assigns; for the which payment well and truly to be made and done, we do bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals. Dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of his Majesty's reign, annoq: Domini, one thousand seven hundred and seventy [blank] The condition of this obligation is such, that if the above-bounden [blank] shall personally appear before Our Sovereign Lord the Kind, at the city of New-York, on the [blank] Tuesday in [blank] then and there to answer [blank] then this obligation to be void, and of none effect, or else to remain, abide, and to be in full power, force and virtue. Sealed and delivered, in the presence of [blank] [New York State : s.n., not after 1771] 1 sheet ([1] p. ; 32 x 21 cm
 This is to certify, that [blank] of the city of Philadelphia, hath by signing paper bills of credit, contributed the sum of [blank] to the Pennsylvania Hospital, : and is thereby become one of the corporation of contributors, and vested with all the rights, powers and privileges of a contributor to the said hospital. / Witness my hand and seal of the corporation, this [blank] day of [blank] [blank] treasurer. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1773] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 20 cm
 North-Carolina. George the Third, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, defender of the faith, &c. : To the sheriff of [blank] Greeting. We command you that of the goods and chattels, lands and tenements, of [blank] (in your bailiwick) you cause to be made [blank] which lately in our Inferior Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, at [blank] recovered against [blank] for debt, and also [blank] which by the justices of our said court was taxed and adjudged to the said [blank] as well for [blank] damages, by reason of the detention of [blank] said debt, as for [blank] costs and charges, by [blank] in [blank] suit in that behalf expended, whereof the said [blank] convicted, and liable, as to us appears of record, besides your own fees for this service; so that you have the same monies before our said court at [blank] aforesaid, on the [blank] day of [blank] next; to render to the said [blank] debt and damages, costs and charges aforesaid. And have you there this writ. / Witness [blank] clerk of our said court, at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of our reign. [Newbern, N.C.? : Printed by James Davis?, not after 1774] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 16 x 20 cm
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] for and in consideration of [blank] in hand, paid by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge; and from every part thereof, do acquit and discharge, and for other good causes and valuable considerations [blank] the said [blank] thereunto moving, have granted, bargained, sold, released, assigned, and confirmed, and by these presents do grant, bargain, and sell, release assign, enfeoff, confirm, and for ever quit claim unto the said [blank] heirs, executors, administrators and assigns for ever, all [blank] right, title, interest, property, claim, and demand whatsoever, both in law and equity, of, in, and to a certain [blank] obtained out of the Proprietary's Land-Office, for the province of Pennsylvania, bearing the date [blank] for the quantity of [blank] ... In witness whereof [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal, this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and [blank] Signed, sealed and delivered in the present of [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank., [not after 1776] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] in consideration of the just sum of [blank] to [blank] in hand paid before the delivery hereof, by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge, have given, granted, bargained, and sold, and do by these presents, give, grant, bargain, sell, aliene, and fully, freely and absolutely convey and confirm unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever, [blank] To have and to hold the said granted and bargained premises, together with all their appurtenances, free of all encumbrances whatsoever, ... In witness whereof, [blank] the said [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and seventy [blank] and in the year of His Majesty's reign [blank] Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] The above-named [blank] personally appeared and owned this instrument to be [blank] free act and deed. [blank] just. pacis. [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., not after 1776] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] held and firmly bound unto [blank] in the sum of [blank] lawful money of [blank] to be paid to the said [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators or assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made, [blank] heirs, executors and administrators, [blank] firmly by these presents. Sealed with [blank] seal, dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand, seven hundred and seventy [blank] The condition of this obligation is such, that if the above-bounden [blank] heirs, executors, administrators, or any of them shall and do well and truly pay or cause to be paid, unto the above-named [blank] certain attorney, heirs, executors, administrators, or assigns, the just and full sum of [blank] lawful money aforesaid, at or upon the [blank] without fraud or further delay, then the above obligation to be void, or else to be and remain in full force and virtue. Sealed and delivered, in the presence of [blank] [Lancaster, Pa.] : Blanks of all sorts are printed by Francis Bailey, in Lancaster., [not after 1776] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 35 x 22 cm
 At a General Assembly of the governor and company of the state of Connecticut, holden at Hartford, (by special order of his Excellency the governor) on the 13th day of August, anno Domini, 1777. : Resolved by this assembly, that his Excellency the governor, by and with the advice of the Council of Safety, be, and is hereby fully authorized and impowered to permit and allow any person or persons, to distil spiritous liquor, commonly called Geneva, or any other spirits, from wheat, rye, or indian-corn, for the use of the army, or the inhabitatnts of this state, to be sold and disposed of for the uses aforesaid, at such reasonable price as shall be affixed and agreed upon by the governor, and Council of Safety, with the person or persons obtaining such permission or allowance in manner aforesaid. ... / A true copy of record, examin'd by George Wyllys, secr'y. New-London [Conn.] : Printed by Timothy Green, printer to the governor and company,, M,DCC,LXXVII. [1777] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 x 18 cm
 The Fortunate lovers: or, Sweet William of Plymouth. [Massachusetts? : s.n., ca. 1780?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 21 x 35 cm
 Land Office treasury warrant, no. [blank] To the principal surveyor of any county within the commonwealth of Virginia. : This shall be your warrant to survey and lay off in one or more surveys, for [blank] his heirs or assigns, the quantity of [blank] acres of land, due unto the said [blank] In consideration of the sum of [blank] current money, paid into the public treasury, the payment whereof to the treasurer hath been duly certified by the Auditors of Public Accounts and their certificate received into the Land Office. Given under my hand, and the seal of the said office, this [blank] day of [blank] in the year one thousand seven hundred and [blank] [Virginia : s.n., not after 1782] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 21 cm
 The Minister of France presents his compliments to [blank] : and requests the honour of [blank] presence at the entertainment, to celebrate the birth of the Dauphin, on [blank] of July next, at half after seven o'clock. The ladies will be so obliging as to provide themselves with partners before the evening. At their entrance, the managers will have the honour to present them with the numbers of their set. Philadelphia, June [blank] 1782. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1782] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 7 x 10 cm
 Proposals, for printing in a neat pocket volume, handsomely bound and gilt with gold on the back, Regulations, for the order and discipline of the troops of the United States. : Conditions. This book will be printed with a new type---on good paper, of the size of a crown duodecimo, and will contain about 160 pages, adorned with eight elegant copper-plates. The price to the subscribers will be only six shillings each. They who subscribe for six shall have a seventh gratis---and they who subscribe for one hundred shall have twenty-five gratis. It will be put to press as soon as 300 are subscribed for, and finished in about six weeks from said time. Subscriptions are taken in by Mess. Thomas and Samuel Green, printers in New-Haven; Mr. John Trumbull, printer Norwich; Mess. Babcock and Haswell, printers, Springfield; Mess. Balentine and Webster, printers, Albany; Mess. Willis and Wight, Mr Robert Hodge, Mr. Nathaniel Coverly, printers, Boston; Mr. William Green, Mr. Benjamin Larkin, book-binders, Boston; Mr. Bavil Webster, printer, and the subscriber, Hartford; and by a number of gentlemen in several of the United States. / Nathaniel Patten. Hartford, January 4, 1783, Subscribers names. Place of abode. Number of books. [Hartford, Conn. : Printed by Nathaniel Patten, 1783] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 18 x 14 cm
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] held and firmly bound unto [blank] in the sum of [blank] lawful money of [blank] to be paid to the said [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators or assigns, to which payment well and truly to be made [blank] heirs, executors, and administrators. [blank] firmly by these presents' sealed with [blank] seal dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and [blank] and in the [blank] year of the reign of our sovereign lord [blank] by the grace of God, King of Great Britain, &c. The condition of this obligation is such, that if the above-bounden [blank] heirs, executors, administrators, or any of them, shall and do well and truly pay, or cause to be paid unto the above-named [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators or assigns, the just and full sum of [blank] lawful money aforesaid, on the [blank] without any fraud or further delay, then the above obligation to be void, or else to be and remain in full force and virtue. Sealed and delivered in the presence of us [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa.: s.n., not after 1749] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] held and firmly bound unto [blank] in the sum of [blank] lawful money of [blank] to be paid to the said [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators or assigns, to which payment well and truly to be made [blank] heirs, executors and administrators, [blank] firmly by these presents. Sealed with [blank] seal Dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and [blank] and in the [blank] year of the reign of our sovereign lord [blank] by the grace of God, King of Great-Britain, &c. The condition of this obligation is such, that if the above-bounden [blank] heirs, executors, administrators, or any of them, shall and do well and truly pay, or cause to be paid unto the above-named [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators or assigns, the just and full sum of [blank] lawful money aforesaid, on the [blank] without any fraud or further delay, then the above obligation to be void, or else to be and remain in full force and virtue. Sealed and delivered in the presence of us, [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1756] [4] p. ; 33 cm (folio)
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] held and firmly bound unto [blank] in the sum of [blank] lawful money of [blank] to be paid to the said [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators or assigns, to which payment well and truly to be made, [blank] heirs, executors and administrators [blank] firmly by these presents. Sealed with [blank] seal, dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty [blank] and in the [blank] year of the reign of our sovereign lord George the Third, by the grace of God, King of Great-Britain, &c. The condition of this obligation is such, that if the above-bounden [blank] heirs, executors, administrators, or any of them shall and do well and truly pay, or cause to be paid unto the above-named [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators or assigns, the just and full sum of [blank] without any fraud or further delay, then the above obligation to be void, or else to be and remain in full force and virtue. Sealed and delivered in the presence of us. [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa.: s.n., not after 1768] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 20 cm
 Province of New-Hampshire. George the Second, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France and Ireland, King, defender of the faith, &c. : To the sheriff of our province of New-Hampshire, his under-sheriff or deputy, Greeting. We command you to attach the goods or estate of [blank] within our province of New-Hampshire, to the value of [blank] pounds, and for want thereof to take the body of the said [blank] (if [blank] may be found in your precinct) and [blank] safely keep, so that you have [blank] before our justices of our Inferiour Court of Common Pleas, next to be holden at Portsmouth, within and for our said province of New-Hampshire, on the first Thursday next following the first Tuesday in [blank] next, then and there in our court to answer unto [blank] To the damage of the said [blank] the sum of [blank] pounds, which shall then and there be made to appear, with other due damages; and have you there this writ, with your doings therein. Witness [blank] Esq; at Portsmouth, the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of our reign. Annoque Domini, 175[blank] [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., not after 1754] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 20 x 20 cm
 State of Connecticut. To the sheriff of the county of [blank] Greeting. : Whereas [blank] who was constable of the town of [blank] in the county of [blank] and collector of the state tax for said town of [blank] in the year 17[blank] has neglected to make payment of [blank] in said year as the law requires, amounting to the sum of [blank] lawful money. As per account of the state treasurer, whereof execution remains to be done. These are therefore by authority of the state of Connecticut, to command you that of the money of the said [blank] or of his goods or chattels within your precincts, you cause to be levied, and the same being disposed of as the law directs, paid and satisfied unto the treasurer of this state for the time being, the aforesaid sum [blank] ... Hereof fail not and make due return of this writ, with your doings thereon according to law, within sixty days next coming. Dated at Hartford, the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, 178[blank] / [blank] treasurer. [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1786] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : coat of arms ; 33 x 21 cm.
 By His Excellency the Honourable Robert Monckton, : captain general and governor in chief, in and over the province of New-York, and the territories depending thereon in America, and major general of His Majesty's forces. To any Protestant minister of the Gospel. Whereas there is a mutual purpose of marriage between [blank] of the one party, and [blank] of the other party, for which they have desired my licence [sic], and have given bond, upon condition, that neither of them have any lawful let of impediment of pre-contract, affinity, or consanguinity, to hinder their being joined in the holy bands of matrimony: therefore to authorise and impower you, to join the said [blank] in the holy bands of matrimony, and them to pronounce man and wife. / Given under my hand, and the prerogative seal of the province of New-York, at Fort-George, in the city of New-York, the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of the reign of our sovereign lord George the Third, by the grace of God, of Great-Britain, France, and Ireland, King, defender of the faith, &c. annoq; Domini 176[blank] Entered in the secretary's office. [New York, N.Y. : Printed by William Weyman, not after 1762] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 19 x 32 cm
 This indenture witnesseth, that [blank] hath put himself, and by these presents, [blank] doth voluntarily, and of his own free will and accord, put himself apprentice to [blank] : to learn his art, trade and mystery, and after the manner of an apprentice to serve [blank] from the day of the date hereof, for, and during, and to the full end and term of [blank] next ensuing. During all which term, the said apprentice his said master faithfully shall serve, his secrets keep, his lawful commands every-where readily obey. ... / In witness whereof, the said parties have interchangeably set their hands and seals hereunto. Dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of the reign of our sovereign lord [blank] King of Great-Britain, &c. Annoque Domini, one thousand seven hundred and [blank] Sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by W. Dunlap., [not after 1764] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 16 cm
 City of Philadelphia, ss. An ordinance, to prevent impositions in the weighing of provisions in the city of Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by Andrew Steuart, in Second-Street., [1764] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 38 x 23 cm
 An act to regulate the price and assize of bread. Portsmouth, in New-Hampshire; : Printed and sold by D. & R. Fowle,, 1766. p. 25-28 30 cm (folio)
 The speech of his Excellency Francis Bernard, Esq; : to the Houses of Assembly of His Majesty's province of the Massachusetts-Bay, March 4, 1768. [Boston, Mass. : Printed by Green & Russell, 1768] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 29 x 17 cm
 Province of Massachusetts-Bay. The following resolves pass'd the Honorable House of Representatives in their last session. [Boston, Mass. : Printed by Green & Russell, 1768] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 29 x 18 cm
 Mr. Wigglesworth's dream. : Together with Dr. Watts's sapphick ode, on the Day of Judgment. [Boston, Mass.] : Printed and sold in Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1765 and 1775?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 x 21 cm
 [An elegiac poem, on the death of that celebrated divine, and eminent servant of] Jesus Christ, the reverend [and learned] George Whitefield, / by Phillis, a servant girl, of 17 years of age, belonging to Mr. J. Wheatley, of Boston:--she has been but 9 years in this country from Africa. [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., 1770?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 17 cm
 (Coasting permit.) State of Maryland. Port of Baltimore, [blank] 1796. : [blank] master of the [blank] called [blank] of [blank] having complied with the requisites prescribed by an act, entitled, "An act for enrolling and licencing [sic] ships or vessels to be employed in the coasting-trade and fisheries, and for regulating the same," is hereby permitted to proceed from this port, to the port of [blank] in the state of [blank] having on board goods, wares and merchandise, agreeable to the annexed manifest, consisting of [blank] numbers. / [blank] collector. [Baltimore, Md. : s.n., 1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 16 x 21 cm
 A Collection of church music. 1787.Number II. Philadelphia [Pa.], : Printed typographically, by Young and M'Culloch., [1787] 39, [1] p. : music ; 7 x 12 cm
 Bedford County ss. To [blank] collector of [blank] : You are hereby required forthwith to inform the parties mentioned in this duplicate, of the respective sums wherewith they are charged, and to acquaint them, that the day of appeal is on the [blank] day of [blank] at [blank] o'clock [blank] at [blank] and where the party cannot be found, you are to leave notice in writing with some of the family, or at the last place of said party's abode, the sum he or she is assessed; and also of the day of appeal, at which day you are to return this duplicate to us, with the names of such person or persons, and of such estates as shall be concealed or omitted in this duplicate, under penalty of fifty pounds, as the law directs. / Given under our hands, this [blank] day of [blank] commissioners. [Pennsylvania : s.n., not after 1787] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 21 cm
 This indenture, made the [blank] day of [blank] in the twelfth year of His Majesty's reign, annoque Domini, 1738. : Between [blank] of [blank] in the county [blank] in the colony of Rhode-Island, &c. [blank] of the one part, and John Wanton, George Goulding, Jahleel Brenton, Daniel Updike, John Gardner and James Sheffield, all of Newport, in the county of Newport in said colony esqrs. trustees for said colony (by a special act of Assembly of said colony, made the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 1738, enabling them to emit one hundred thousand pounds upon loan) on the other part witnesseth, that the said [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] in good bills of public credit of said colony to him in hand, paid by the said trustees, the receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge, hath given, granted, conveyed and confirmed, and hereby doth give, grant, convey and confirm unto the above named trustees, and such others as shall at any time by the General Assembly of said colony be appointed in their stead to manage said trust, [blank] ... / In witness wereof, the said [blank] hath hereunto set his hand and deal, the day month and year above written. Signs, sealed and delivered, in the presence of [blank] Personally appeared the subscriber of the afrewriten mortgage & acknowled [sic] the same to be his act & deed [Newport, R.I. : Printed by Ann Franklin, 1738] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 39 x 31 cm
 Lailson's circus. : Near the former circus-----Petersburg. The performances on this evening, October 28, will commence with a grand display of horsemanship, by Messrs. Joseph, Herman, Lailson, Miss Vanice, Miss Lailson, and clown Mr. Sully. Feats on one horse, by Mr. Herman, ... Miss Vanice (the first equestrian female in America) will perform standing upon the horse in several pleasing attitudes, ... Miss Lailson, a child of six years of age, will perform several feats, upon one horse, ... Comic tricks and feats. ... Days of performance this week--every day. Tickets to be had at Mr. Humphrey Richards's, at the printing office, and at the ticket-office at the circus--Box 6s.--Pitt 4s. 6d.--No money to be received at the door. The doors to be opened at three, and the performance to begin at half past three o'clock. Children admitted for half price. [Petersburg, Va. : Printed by William Prentis, 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 29 x 23 cm
 To all people. : Whereas the legislature of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, by a resolve passed the 7th of February, 1798, granted and confirmed to John Bridgham and other persons ... a certain tract of land lying in Poland, in the county of Cumberland, containing about eighteen thousand acres, including ponds, to be held by them in fee as tenants in common; on condition that they shall grant and confirm to each person named as a settler ... the quantity of land affixed to his or their names respectively. For which purpose said proprietors ... are by said resolve incorporated into a body politic. And we [blank] being appointed a committee of the said corporation, and impowered ... to make, execute and acknowledge good and sufficient deed, thereby conveying in fee simple to each person named as a settler ... Know ye, that we the said [blank] for and in consideration of [blank] dollars, and [blank] cents, paid to us for the use and benefit of said corporation, by [blank] the receipt whereof we do acknowledge, do by these presents convey and confirm unto him the said [blank] his heirs and assigns forever, a certain lot or parcel of land, being a part of the grant aforesaid, it being lot no. [blank] on a plan made by Ephraim Ballard and Phillips Bullen, surveyors, dated October 25th, 1798, ... / In testimony whereof, we the [blank] have hereunto set our hands and seal, this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand, seven hundred and ninety [blank] Signed, sealed, and delivered, in presence of [blank] [Massachusetts : s.n., 1798?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 35 x 21 cm
 Manifest of the whole cargo, : on board the [blank] master, burthen [blank] tons, bound from the port of [blank] for [blank] ... I [blank] master or commander of the [blank] called the [blank] of [blank] do [blank] to the truth of the above manifest; and that to the best of my knowledge and belief, all the goods, wares and merchandize of foreign growth or manufacture, therein contained, were legally imported, and the duties thereupon paid or secured; and that the duties on the spirits distilled within the United States, above mentioned, have also been paid or secured. So help me God. [blank] District of [blank] Port of [blank] [blank] master of the [blank] having sworn, as the law directs, to the above manifest, consisting of [blank] articles of entry, and delivered duplicates thereof; permission is hereby granted to the said [blank] to proceed to the port of [blank] in the state of [blank] / Given under [blank] hand at [blank] the day and year above mentions, [blank] collector. [blank] naval officer. Savannah [Ga.]; : Printed by Powers & Seymour., [not after 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 40 x 31 cm
 Office of the Federal observer, Thursday Nov. 29. : Capt. Pearse left Halifax on Saturday last, and has favored us with a paper of the 22d inst. from which we have extracted the following, received by a late arrival at that port. From the London gazette October. 2. Copy of a letter from Rear Admiral Nelson, to the Earl of St. Vincent dated off the mouth of the Nile, 3d August 1798. My Lord, Almighty God has blessed his Majesty's arms in the battle, by a great victory over the fleet of the enemy, whom I attacked at sunset on the 1st of August off the mouth of the Nile. ... [Portsmouth, N.H. : Treadwell & Hart, 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 45 x 23 cm
 Commonwealth of Massachusetts. To the selectmen of [blank] in the fourth middle district--Greeting: : Whereas the Constitution of the United States provides that when vacancies in Congress happen in the representation from any state, the executive authority thereof shall issue writs of election to fill such vacancies: these are therefore ... to will and require you, ... to cause the freeholders and other inhabitants of the town of [blank] duly qualified to vote for representatives to the General Court of this commonwealth, to assemble on Thursday, the twenty-fourth day of August current, to give their votes to the selectmen, who shall preside at said meeting, for one representative, that is an inhabitant of the said district, to represent them in the Congress of the United States of America, in the room of the Hon. Theophilus Bradbury, Esq. appointed a justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of this commonwealth, and who has resigned his seat in Congress. ... / Given under the seal of the commonwealth, at Boston, the third day of August, anno Domini, 1797, and in the twenty-second year of the Independence of the United States of America. By the advice and consent of the Council. [Boston, Mass. : Printed by Young and Minns, 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 39 x 24 cm
 This indenture made this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini 17[blank] : between the trustees of the First Presbyterian Church in Rahway of the first part, and [blank] of the second part, witnesseth, that the said trustees, in consequence of a vote of the congregation of said church for that purpose, for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] lawful money of New-York, to them in hand paid, ... and also of the annual rent herein after reserved, have granted, bargained, sold, released conveyed, and confirmed; ... to the said party of the second part, ... to have and to hold said pew, no. [blank] with its benefits and appurtenances ... / In witness whereof the said trustees have hereunto caused their common seal to be affixed; and the said party of the second part, hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written. Sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [New Jersey : s.n., not after 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 39 x 33 cm
 Entry of merchandise, intended to be exported, : by [blank] on board the [blank] whereof [blank] is master, for [blank] for the benefit of drawback, which were imported into the district of [blank] on the [blank] by [blank] in the [blank] from [blank] and brought into this district on the [blank] in the [blank] from [blank] ... District and port of Baltimore, [blank] the [blank] 180[blank] The surveyor will cause the articles specified in [blank] entry to be examined, and if found to agree exactly herewith, will have them [blank] and they permit the same to be laden on board the [blank] whereof [blank] is master, for [blank] for benefit of drawback. [blank] collector. [blank] naval-officer. [blank] surveyor. Mr. [blank] will please to see the above order executed. [Baltimore, Md.] : Printed and sold by W. Pechin, corner of Gay & Water-streets., [1800] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 42 x 34 cm
 The commonwealth of Pennsylvania To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: : Know ye, that in consideration of the monies paid by [blank] the granting of the warrant herein after mentioned [blank] there is granted by the said commonwealth unto [blank] a certain tract of land called [blank] situate [blank] with the appurtenances. To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land, with the appurtenances, unto the said [blank], and [blank] free and clear of all restrictions and reservations as to mines, royalties, quit-rents or otherwise, excepting and reserving only the fifth part of all gold and silver ore for the use of this commonwealth to be delivered at the pitt's mouth, clear of all charges. / In witness whereof [blank] governor of the said commonwealth hath hereto set his hand, and caused the state seal to be hereunto affixed the [blank] day of [blank] one thousand seven hundred and ninety-[blank] and of the commonwealth the [blank] Attest, [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by F. & R. Bailey., [not after 1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : coat of arms ; 28 x 53 cm
 Mississippi Territory, county of [blank] by [blank] Esq. Judge of Probate : These are to authorize and empower you, whose names are here underwritten, to make an inventory and appraisement of the goods and chattels of [blank] late of said county deceased, wheresoever the same shall be found within the territory aforesaid, and which shall be shewn unto you by [blank] of the estate of the said deceased; being first sworn, to make a true and perfect inventory and appraisement thereof, and to cause the same to be returned under your hands to the said [blank] within two months from this date. Dated the [blank] day of [blank] anno Dom. 18[blank] ... [Natchez, Miss. : s.n., not after 1800] [4] p. ; 32 cm (folio)
 This indenture made the [blank] day of [blank] one thousand [blank] hundred and [blank] : between Stephen Van Rensselaer, Esquire, proprietor of the manor of Rensselaerwyck, in the counties of Albany and Rensselaer, in the state of New-York, of the first part, and [blank] of the county of [blank] in the said manor and state, [blank] of the other part, witnesseth, that the said Stephen Van Rensselaer, for and in consideration of the sum of five shillings, lawful money of the state of New-York, to him in hand paid, at and before the ensealing and delivery hereof, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged; and also, for and in consideration of the yearly rents, covenants, reservations, provisoes and conditions, herein after contained, on the part of the said party of the second part, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, to be paid, kept, observed and performed, hath granted, bargained, sold, remised, released and confirmed--and by these presents doth grant, bargain, sell, remise, release and confirm, unto the said party of the second part, and to his heirs and assigns, all that certain farm, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in the town of [blank] in the county of [blank] within the said manor and state, and bounded as follows, ... / In witness whereof, the parties hereunto their hands and seals have interchangeably subscribed and set, the day and year first above written. Sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [Albany, N.Y.? : s.n., not after 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 52 x 42 cm
 This indenture, made the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-[blank] : between [blank] of the first part, and [blank] of the second part, witnesseth, that the said part[blank] of the first part, for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] lawful money of the state of New-York, to [blank] in hand paid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, ha[blank] granted, bargained, sold, released, enfeoffed and confirmed; and, by these presents, do[blank] grant, bargain, sell, release, enfeoff and confirm, unto the said part[blank] of the second part, (in [blank] actual possession now being, by virtue of a bargain and sale, to [blank] thereof made, for one whole year, by indenture, bearing date the day next before the day of the date of these presents, and by force of the statute for transferring of uses into possession) and to [blank] heirs and assigns for ever, all [blank] To have and to hold, ... / In witness whereof, the parties to these presents have hereunto interchangeably set their hands and seals the day and year first above written. Sealed and delivered, in the presence of [blank] [Albany, N.Y.] : Charles R. and George Webster, in the white house, corner of State and Pearl Streets, Albany., [not after 1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 39 x 49 cm
 Marine law. An act for the government and regulation of seamen in the merchants service. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed by J. Oram, No. 33, Liberty-Street, for Brown & Stansbury, booksellers and stationers, No. 114, Water-Street., [not after 1800] 1 sheet ([2] p.) : ill. ; 53 x 42 cm
 At a meeting of a number of gentlemen from various parts of the district of Maine, : holden at the court house in Portland, October 18th, 1793, in consequence of a printed notification in the words following, viz. "Notice. As the time of revising the constitution of this commonwealth is fast approaching, and as it seems the general opinion that a separation of Maine must then take place; it is earnestly requested that as many gentlemen as conveniently can, will attend at the court house to morrow evening, at six o'clock, to consider and adopt such measures as shall appear most expedient to effect the abovementioned important object. Thursday, October 17th, 1793." The Honorable Peleg Wadsworth, Esquire, was chosen chairman, and Samuel Freeman, Esquire, clerk. ... Portland, October 21st, 1793. Gentlemen, ... we do hereby request that you would call a meeting for the choice of delegates to form a convention ... / By order of the committee. [blank] chairman. [Portland, Me. : s.n., 1793] [4] p. ; 39 cm (folio)
 Commonwealth of Massachusetts. To the selectmen of the town of [blank] in the district of [blank] Greeting. : These are in the name of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, to will and require you, forthwith, in manner as the law directs for calling town-meetings, to cause the freeholders and other inhabitants of the town of [blank] duly qualified to vote for representatives to the General Court of this commonwealth, to assemble on Friday, the twenty-sixth of November inst. to give their votes for a representative, who shall be an inhabitant of the district of [blank] to represent said district in the Congress of the United States of America, ... / Given at the Council-Chamber in Boston, this fourth day of November, in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and ninety, and in the fifteenth year of the Independence of the United States of America. John Hancock. By His Excellency's command, [blank] These certify, that the returns from the several towns within the district of [blank] respecting the choice of a representative, ... have been examined agreeably to the resolution of the General Court, passed the eighteenth day of June 1790, by which it appears, that [blank] have had the greatest number of votes in the returns from the said district, in which no person has been chosen. John Hancock. By His Excellency's command. [blank] [Boston, Mass. : s.n., 1790] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 38 x 24 cm
 (Coasting permit.) Port of Philadelphia. : [blank] master of the [blank] of [blank] measuring [blank] tons, is hereby authorised to proceed with the said [blank] and cargo, consisting of [blank] and classed in [blank] articles of entry as specified in the manifest annexed, to the port of [blank] in [blank] district, the said master having complied with the "Act for enrolling and licencing [sic] ships or vessels to be employed in the coasting trade and fisheries, and for regulating the same." / Witness my hand, at the custom-house, [blank] 1795. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 18 x 21 cm
 An act, for securing certain estates and property, for the support and uses of the ministers of the Roman Catholic religion. : Whereas it has been represented to this General Assembly, that certain property, real, personal, and mixed, or the rents and profits thereof, have been heretofore applied to the use, support and maintenance of ministers of the Roman Catholic religion, although said property hath been held and possessed by certain individuals, ... / A true copy, form the engrossed bill, T. Johnson, jun. Baltimore [Md.]: : Printed by James Angell., [1792] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 36 x 24 cm
 The commonwealth of Pennsylvania To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: : Know ye, that in consideration of the monies paid by [blank] into the Receiver-General's office of this commonwealth at the granting of the warrant herein after mentioned [blank] there is granted by the said commonwealth unto the said [blank] a certain tract of land called [blank] situate [blank] with the appurtenances. To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land, with the appurtenances, unto the said [blank], and [blank] heirs to the use of [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever, [blank] free and clear of all restrictions and reservations as to mines, royalties, quit-rents or otherwise, excepting and reserving only the fifth part of all gold and silver ore for the use of this commonwealth to be delivered at the pitt's mouth, clear of all charges. / In witness whereof [blank] governor of the said commonwealth hath hereto set his hand, and caused the state seal to be hereunto affixed the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-[blank] and of the commonwealth the [blank] Attest, [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by F. Bailey., [not after 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : coat of arms ; 30 x 53 cm
 This indenture made the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety [blank] : between [blank] of the first part, and [blank] of the second part, witnesseth, that the said part[blank] of the first part, for and in consideration of the sum of five shillings, lawful money of the state of New-York, to [blank] in hand paid, by the said part[blank] of the second part, at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged; ha[blank] granted, bargained and demised; and, by these presents, do[blank] grant, bargain and demise, unto the said part[blank] of the second part, all [blank] together with all and singular the profits, commodities, hereditaments and appurtenances whatsoever, unto the said premises belonging, or in any wise appertaining, or otherwise used, occupied or enjoyed. To have and to hold, the premises aforesaid, ... for and during the term of one whole year, ... yielding and paying therefor, the rent of one pepper corn, on the last day of the term only if the same be demanded: ... / In witness whereof, the parties to these presents have hereunto interchangeably set their hands and seals, the day and year first above written. Sealed and delivered, in the presence of [blank] [Albany, N.Y.] : Printed by Charles R. & Geo. Webster, No. 2, West side of Pearl-street, opposite the Bank and City-Tavern, Albany., [not after 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 41 cm
 Boston, September 15, 1796. An entire new work. : Proposals for publishing by subscription, a repository of useful knowledge, most respectfully inscribed to the citizens of the United States, and all promoters of religious and moral virtues, entitled A vindication of the Bible. By Rowland Cotton. Conditions. I. This work shall be compleated in twelve numbers, octavo, printed on good paper and new type. II. Each number will contain fifty-six pages of letter-press, and an elegant copper-plate. III. They shall be delivered to subscribers once a fortnight, at a quarter of a dollar each number, to be paid for on delivery. IV. Whoever procures eight subscribers will be entitled to the seventh copy gratis. ... / The above work will be printed by Samuel Etheridge, by whom subscriptions are received at his office, No. 9, Newbury-Street. Please to keep this bill clean untill called for. Subscribers names. Places of abode. Number of copies. [Boston, Mass. : Printed by Samuel Etheridge, 1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 43 x 29 cm
 Speech of the President of the United States, to both houses of Congress; Tuesday the 6th of November, 1792. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1792] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 40 x 32 cm
 New-York, November 22, 1791 Theatre. : By the Old American Company. On Wednesday evening, the 23d inst. will be presented, a comedy, called, The chances, or The two Constantias. ... Dancing by Mr. Durang. To which will be added, a farce, called, The dead-alive, or, The double funeral. [New York, N.Y. : Printed by Hugh Gaine?, 1791] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 29 x 27 cm
 In pursuance of an act of the Congress of the United States of America, entitled, "An act concerning the registering and recording of ships or vessels," : [blank] having taken or subscribed the [blank] required by the said act, and having [blank] that [blank] only owner of the ship or vessel called the [blank] of [blank] whereof [blank] is at present master, and is a citizen of the United States, [blank] and that the said ship or vessel was [blank] and [blank] having certified that the said ship or vessel [blank] has [blank] deck and [blank] mast and that her length is [blank] her breadth [blank] her depth [blank] and that she measures [blank] tons; [blank] that she is [blank] has [blank] and [blank] head; and the said [blank] having agreed to the description and admeasurement above specified, and sufficient security having been given according to the said act, the said [blank] has been duly registered at the port of [blank] / Given under my hand and seal at the port of [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] in the year one thousand seven hundred and [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. 43 x 30 cm
 Inspector-General's, Boston. : In order that an inspection may be made as concise and perfect as possible, it is absolutely necessary that the roll should be brought into the field compleat, on the day of inspection, excepting the column in which is to be noted those who are absent on that day; ... The commanding officers of companies will always examine the rolls after they are compleated; for they will be accountable for the correctness of them; ... and every commanding officer of a company will have his inspection-roll in his pocket, ready to be delivered to the inspecting-officer on demand. / William Donnison, inspector general. [Boston, Mass. : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 49 x 20 cm
 Inspector General's directions. : In order that an inspection may be made as concise as may be, it is necessary that the roll should be brought into the field as nearly complete as possible on the day of inspection; it will then require but little time to make it complete, ... The commanding officers of companies will always examine the rolls after they are completed; for they will be accountable for the correctness of them; ... and every commanding officer of a company will have his inspection roll in his pocket, ready to be delivered to the inspecting officer on demand. / William Donnison, adjutant general and inspector general. [Boston, Mass. : s.n., 179-?] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 56 x 23 cm
 [Blank] Esquire, governor of the commonwealth of Virginia, to all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: : Know ye, that [blank] there is granted by the said commonwealth unto [blank] a certain tract or parcel of land, containing [blank] with its appurtenances; to have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with its appurtenances, to the said [blank] and his heirs for ever. / In witness whereof, the said [blank] governor of the commonwealth of Virginia, hath hereunto set his hand, and caused the lesser seal of the said commonwealth to be affixed at Richmond, on the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-[blank] and of the commonwealth the [blank] [Richmond, Va. : s.n., not after 1788] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 36 cm
 [Blank] Esquire, governor of the commonwealth of Virginia, to all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: : Know ye, that [blank] there is granted by the said commonwealth unto [blank] a certain tract or parcel of land, containing [blank] with its appurtenances; to have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with its appurtenances, to the said [blank] and his heirs for ever. / In witness whereof, the said [blank] governor of the commonwealth of Virginia, hath hereunto set his hand, and caused the lesser seal of the said commonwealth to be affixed at Richmond, on the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-[blank] and of the commonwealth the [blank] [Richmond, Va. : s.n., not after 1787] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 36 cm
 [Blank] Esquire, governor of the commonwealth of Virginia, to all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: : Know ye, that [blank] there is granted by the said commonwealth unto [blank] a certain tract or parcel of land, containing [blank] with its appurtenances; to have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with its appurtenances, to the said [blank] and his heirs for ever. / In witness whereof, the said [blank] governor of the commonwealth of Virginia, hath hereunto set his hand, and caused the lesser seal of the said commonwealth to be affixed at Richmond, on the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-[blank] and of the commonwealth the [blank] [Richmond, Va. : s.n., not after 1788] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 35 cm
 [Blank] Esquire, governor of the commonwealth of Virginia, to all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: : Know ye, that [blank] there is granted by the said commonwealth unto [blank] a certain tract or parcel of land, containing [blank] with its appurtenances; to have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with its appurtenances, to the said [blank] and his heirs for ever. / In witness whereof, the said [blank] governor of the commonwealth of Virginia, hath hereunto set his hand, and caused the lesser seal of the said commonwealth to be affixed at Richmond, on the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and ninety, and of the commonwealth the [blank] [Richmond, Va. : s.n., 1790] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 36 cm
 The mails arrive at the post-office in New-York, : from New-England and Albany, from Nov. 1st. to May 1st. On Wednesday, and Saturday, at 7 o'clock, P.M. From May 1st. to Nov. 1st. On Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 8 o'clock, P.M. From the southward. From Nov. 1st. to May 1st. On Sunday, and Wednesday, at 10 o'clock, A.M. From May 1st. to Nov. 1st. On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 9 o'clock, P.M. The mails are closed at the post-office, in New-York, for New-England, and Albany, from Nov. 1st. to May 1st. On Sunday, and Wednesday, at 9 o'clock. P.M. From May 1st. to Nov. 1st. On Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday, at 10 o'clock, P.M. For the southward. From Nov. 1st. to May 1st. On Sunday, and Thursday, at 2 o'clock, P.M. From May 1st. to Nov. 1st. On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 4 o'clock, P.M. The utmost punctuality is absolutely necessary: it is therefore requested that letters may be left at the office half an hour before the time of closing the mail, otherwise they cannot be forwarded until the succeeding post day. / William Bedlow, post-master. [New York, N.Y. : s.n., between 1784 and 1789?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 20 cm
 Catalogus recentum in Collegium Yalense admissorum, M.DCC.LXXXV. Novi-Portus [i.e. New Haven, Conn.]: : Excudebant Meigs, Bowen et Dana, academiae typographae., [1785] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 30 x 25 cm
 This indenture made the [blank] day of [blank] one thousand seven hundred and [blank] : between the Rev. Denny Fairfax, lately called Denny Martin, of Leeds-Castle, county of Kent and kingdom of Great-Britain, D.D. a devisee and legatee named in the last will and testament of the Right Hon. Thomas Lord Fairfax, ... deceased by Thomas Bryan Martin, Esq. of Greenway Court, county of Frederick, and state of Virginia, on the one part, and [blank] of [blank] in the said state, of the other part: ... Now this indenture witnesseth, that the said Denny Fairfax, by his attorney aforesaid, for and in consideration of the rents and covenants hereafter mentioned, hath demised, granted, and to farm letten, and by these presents doth demise, grant, and to farm let unto the said [blank] all that piece, parcel and lot of land, No. [blank] in the county of [blank] ... / In witness whereof, both parties, the said Denny Fairfax, by his attorney aforesaid, and the said [blank] have hereunto set their hands and seals, the day and year before written. Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [Virginia : s.n., not after 1792] 1 sheet ([1] p. ; 43 x 28 cm
 The Supreme Executive Council of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: : Whereas at a public auction or vendue, held in the city of Philadelphia, by order of the Supreme Executive Council aforesaid, on the [blank] day of [blank] for the sale of divers lots and lands lying and being within the said city of Philadelphia, and belonging to the commonwealth aforesaid; set off and apportioned by the Supreme Executive Council aforesaid, to be sold, pursuant to the directions of an act of the General Assembly of the said commonwealth, passed the twenty-fifth day of March 1780, entitled "An act for striking the sum of one hundred thousand pounds, in bills of credit, for the present support of the army; and for establishing a fund for the certain redemption of the same, and for other purposes therein mentioned," and of one other act of the General Assembly aforesaid, passed the tenth day of April [blank] entitled "An act for the better support of public credit, by an immediate sale of the lands therein mentioned, and fully securing the purchasers thereof in their titles; and also for preserving the common lands appurtenant to the city of Philadelphia and other towns in this state from unwarrantable encroachment," [blank] bought the lot or piece of land hereinafter described and granted, and in the general plan of the said lots marked "No [blank]," for the sum of [blank] lawful money of Pennsylvania, [blank] being the best and highest bidder. ... / In witness whereof, [blank] of the Supreme Executive Council aforesaid, hath set his hand, and caused the great seal of the said commonwealth, to be affixed hereunto, in council at Philadelphia, the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty [blank] and in the [blank] year of the Independency of the United States of America. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1782] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 42 cm
 At a General Assembly of the state of Connecticut, holden at New-Haven, on the second Thursday of October, anno Domini, 1786. : An act in further addition to a law of this state, entitled, An act for the direction of listers in their office and duty. Whereas the term of six months allowed by law for application to be made for the purpose of obtaining abatements on the lists of persons overcharged, in divers cases, is found to be inconvenient, by reason the sum total of the grand levy cannot be known at the session of the General Assembly in May annually: ... / A true copy of record examined by George Wyllys secr'y At a General Assembly of the state of Connecticut, holden at New-Haven, on the second Thursday of October, 1786. Whereas the United States in Congress assembled, by their resolve of the eleventh of June, anno Domini 1785, recommended to the several states to make provision for the relief of officers, soldiers, and seamen, who have been disabled in the service of the United States, ... [New Have, Conn.? : s.n., 1786] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 29 x 34 cm
 The Commonwealth of Massachusetts. To all unto whom these presents shall come, Greeting. : Know ye, that we have assigned and constituted, and do by these presents, with the advice and consent of the Council, constitute and appoint [blank] to be one of the justices to keep the peace in our county of [blank] And to keep, and cause to be kept, the laws and ordinances made for the good of the peace, ... / In testimony whereof, we have caused our public seal to be hereunto affixed: witness, [blank] our governour, and commander in chief. Dated at Boston, the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, one thousand seven hundred and eighty [blank] and in the [blank] year of the Independence of the United States. By His Excellency's commance, with the advice and consent of Council. [Boston, Mass. : s.n., not after 1787] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 45 x 29 cm
 To all people to whom these presents shall come the commissioners for the county of [blank] in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, send Greeting: : Whereas a certain tract of land, being in the township of [blank] and in the county aforesaid, said to be the property now or late of [blank] or as such returned to the Board of Commissioners for said county, was duly rated, charged and assessed with the payment of taxes, by virtue of sundry acts of assembly for levying and raising the following taxes, that is to say, [blank] And whereas no person appeared to pay the taxes aforesaid assessed and charged upon the said land within the time limited by law, the said commissioners, ... did on or about the [blank] day of [blank] last, give public notice in some of the English and German news-papers, and further did set up hand-bills, advertising the same ... calling upon the said [blank] or the owner or owners of the tract aforesaid, to pay the aforesaid taxes due thereon. ... Now know ye, that for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] ... paid to the said commissioners by [blank] of [blank] ... he being the best and highest bidder, the said commissioners have sold, ... all that aforesaid tract, to the said [blank] ... / In wittness [sic] whereof [blank], [blank], and [blank] the present commissioners for the county aforesaid have hereunto set their hands, and caused the common seal of the commissioners to be affixed. Dated the [blank] day of [blank], in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty [blank] [blank] commissioners. Attest. [blank] [Pennsylvania : s.n., not after 1787] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 49 x 39 cm
 List of inhabitants in the town of [blank] : Whites. Indians. Mulattoes. Blacks. ... [Providence, R.I.? : Printed by John Carter?, 1782?] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 32 x 40 cm
 Extract from the perpetual laws of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. : An act passed by the great and General Court ... begun and held at Cambridge, upon Wednesday the twenty-ninth day of May 1771; and continued, by sundry prorogations, to Wednesday, the ninth day of April, 1772, and then met. ... Chap. II. An act for incorporating a number of the inhabitants in the West parish of Roxbury, with their estates, into a distinct parish or precinct. ... Extract from the perpetual laws of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. An act passed by the great and General Court ... begun and held at Boston, upon Wednesday, the twenty-sixth day of May, 1773. ... Chap. VIII. An act for setting off certain persons and estates, lying within the bounds of the first precinct in Roxbury, to the third precinct in the said town. ... [Boston, Mass. : s.n., 1773] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 41 x 32 cm
 A few thoughts, on the loss of Dr. Eleazer Harlow's house and children by fire: / by Benjamin Johnston of Bridgwater. [Boston, Mass. : s.n., 1765] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 20 cm
 It is agreed between the master, seamen and mariners of the [blank] : whereof [blank] is master, now bound from the port of Newport, Rhode-Island, to [blank] and from thence to [blank] that in consideration of the monthly or other wages, against each respective seaman and mariner's name hereunder set, they severally shall and will perform the above-mentioned voyage. And the said master doth hereby agree with, and hire the said seamen and mariners for the said voyage, at such monthly wages, to be paid pursuant to the laws of Great-Britain. ... / In testimony whereof, we have each and every of us under affixed our hands, the month and day against our names affixed, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty [blank] Time of entry. Men's names. Quality. Wages per month. Advance wages before sailing. Wages taken on the voyage. Whole wages. Wages due. [Newport, R.I. : Printed by Samuel Hall?, not after 1766] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 38 x 32 cm
 It is agreed between the master, seamen and mariners of the [blank] : [blank] master, now bound for the port of [blank] that in consideration of the monthly or other wages against each respective seaman and mariner's name hereunder set, they severally shall and will perform the above-mentioned voyage; and said master doth hereby agree with, and hire the said seamen and mariners for the said voyage, at such monthly wages, to be paid pursuant to the laws of Great-Britain: ... / we have each and every of us under affixed our hands, the month and day against our names affixed, and in the year of our Lord [blank] Time of entry. Mens names. Quality. Pay advanced. Half. Wages per month or by the run for the voyage. Whole wages. L.S.D. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed and sold by D. Hall, and W. Sellers., [not after 1769] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 39 x 32 cm
 Viro ornatissimo, artibus liberalibus eximie erudito, ad rempublicam gerendam aptissimo, : Gulielmo Franklin, armigero, provinciae Novae-Caesareae gubernatori inclyto, cancellario marisque contermini vice-admirallo; hujusque academiae curatorum praefecto: reverendo aeque ac honorando Elihu Spencer, Collegii Novae-Caesareae vice-praesidi, ... Habita publicis solennibus comitiis apud Princeton, in Nova-Caeserea, d. 8. a. calend. Octobr. A.D. MDCCLXVI. [New York, N.Y.] : (Novi-Eboraci, typis Johannis Holt.), [1766] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 61 x 49 cm
 This indenture made the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of the reign of our sovereign lord [blank] : by the grace of God, King of Great-Britain, &c. and in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred [blank] between the Honourable Thomas Penn, and Richard Penn, Esquires, true and absolute proprietaries of the province of Pennsylvania, and counties of New-Castle, Kent, and Sussex, upon Delaware, of the one part: and [blank] of the other part. Whereas the said [blank] having in the year one thousand seven hundred and [blank] applied for, and requested the said proprietaries, to permit [blank] to take up one lot of ground on the [blank] side of [blank] Street, in the town of [blank] and county of [blank] in the said province, marked in the general plan of the said town, No. [blank] in order to build thereon ... it shall and may be lawful to and for the said proprietaries, Thomas Penn, and Richard Penn, their heirs and successors, absolutely to re-grant, bargain and sell the before-mentioned lot of ground, or any part thereof, for such estate and estates, and to such persons and persons, as they the said proprietaries shall think fit, free from the claim and demand of [blank] the said [blank] heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, in any wise. / In witness whereof [blank] Esq; Lieutenant-Governor of the said province, ... hath to one part of these presents set his hand and caused the great-seal of the said province to be affixed thereunto; and to the other part of these presents, the said [blank] hath set [blank] hand and seal, at Philadelphia, the day and year first above written. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1770] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 44 cm
 This indenture made the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and [blank] : between [blank] Witnesseth that the said [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] lawful money of Pennsylvania to [blank] the said [blank] well and truly in hand paid by the said [blank] at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof [blank] the said [blank] doth hereby acknowledge and thereof and every part and parcel thereof doth acquit exonerate and discharge for ever the said [blank] heirs and assigns by these presents ha[blank] granted bargained sold aliened released enfeoffed and confirm'd ... unto the said [blank] heirs and assigns for ever all that certain piece or parcel of land situate lying and being in [blank] Township in the county of [blank] .../ In witness whereof the said parties to these presents have hereto interchangeably set their hands and seals the day and year first above written Sealed & delivered in the presence of [blank] Received on the day of the date of the above indenture of the abovenamed [blank] the sum of [blank] in full for the consideration-money abovesaid Witnesses present at signing [blank] [blank] County ss. This [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and [blank] before me the subscriber, one of His Majesty's justices of the peace for the county aforesaid personally came the above named [blank] acknowledged the above indenture to be [blank] act and deed, and desired that the same might be recorded as such. [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., not after 1771] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 41 x 43 cm
 This indenture made the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and [blank] : between John Miller of the borough of Lancaster in the county of Lancaster and province of Pennsylvania black-smith and Elizabeth his wife of the one part and [blank] of the other part ... Now this indenture witnesseth that the said John Miller and Elizabeth his wife for and in consideration of the payment of the rents and performance of the covenants and agreements herein after mentioned and reserved which on the part and behalf of the said [blank] his heirs and assigns are or ought to be observed performed and kept and of the sum of [blank] to [blank] in hand paid (the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged) they the said John Miller and Elizabeth his wife have granted, bargained, enfeoff'd released and confirmed ... unto the said [blank] his heirs and assigns [blank] ... / in witness whereof the said parties to these presents have interchangeably set their hands and seals hereunto. Dated the day and year first above written. Sealed and delivered in the presend of [blank] Ephratae [i.e. Ephrata, Pa.] : Typis Societatis per P:M: [i.e. Johannes Peter Miller?], [not after 1765] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 41 x 45 cm
 Maryland, ss. Frederick, absolute lord and proprietary of the provinces of Maryland and Avalon, Lord Baron of Baltimore, &c. To all persons to whom these presents shall come Greeting in our Lord God everlasting. : Know ye, that [blank] according to the certificate of survey thereof, taken and returned into our land-office, bearing date the [blank] day of [blank] seventeen hundred and [blank] and there remaining, together with all rights, profits, benefits, and privileges, thereunto belonging, royal mines excepted, to have and to hold the same unto him the said [blank] his heirs and assigns, for ever, to be holden of us and our heirs, as of our manor of [blank] in free and common soccage, by fealty only for all manner of services, yielding and paying therefore, yearly, unto us, and our heirs, at our receipt at our city of St. Mary's, at the two most usual feasts in the year, viz. the Feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and St. Michael the Arch Angel, be even and equal portions the rent of [blank] sterling, in silver or gold; ... / Given under our great seal of our said province of Maryland, this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini seventeen hundred and [blank] Witness our trusty and well-beloved Horatio Sharpe, Esq; lieutenant-general and chief governor of our said province of Maryland, and chancellor and keeper of the great seal thereof. [Annapolis, Md. : Printed by Jonas Green, not after 1761] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 40 cm
 Aristotle's Complete master-piece. : In three parts. Displaying the secrets of nature in the generation of man. Regularly digested into chapters and sections, rendering it far more useful and easy than any yet extant. To which is added, A Treasure of health, or The family physician. Being choice and approved remedies for all the several distempers incident to human bodies.. [United States? : s.n.], Printed in the year, MDCCLXXIII. [i.e., 1773] 180 p. : ill. ; 13 cm. (12mo)
 A sett of minuets and marches, : inscribed to the Rt. Honble. Lady Catharine Murray, / by, I.R. Esqr. London [England]. : Printed and sold by R. Bremner in the Strand., [1781] [2], 30 p. : music ; 18 x 30 cm
 State of Georgia. By His Excellency [blank] captain-general, governor, and commander in chief in and over the said state, and of the militia thereof. To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: : Know ye, that, in pursuance of the Act for opening the land-office, and by virtue of the powers in me vested, I have given and granted, and, by these presents, in the name and behalf of the said state, do give and grant unto [blank] heirs and assigns forever, all that tract or parcel of land, containing [blank] acres, situate, lying, and being in the county of [blank] in the said state, and butting and bounding [blank] having such shape, form, and marks, as appear by a plat of the same hereunto annexed; ... to have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land, and all and singular the premises aforesaid, with their and every of their rights, members, and appurtenances, unto the said [blank] heirs and assigns, to [blank] and their own proper use and behoof forever, in fee simple. / Given under my hand, and the great seal of the said state, this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-[blank]; and in the eighteenth year of American Independence. Signed by His Excellency the Governor, the [blank] day of [blank] 179[blank] [Augusta, Ga.? : s.n., 1793?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 40 x 33 cm
 A letter to the freemen and freeholders of the city of New-York, relating to the approaching election of their representatives. : Wherein the several papers that have lately appeared on the subject of politicks, are briefly considered; the conduct of the authors exposed, and the controversy represented in its true light. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed and sold by J. Parker, at the New Printing Office, in Beaver-Street,, 1752. 24 p. ; 18 cm (8vo)
 Letter from the secretary of the Treasury, accompanying his report on the memorial of sundry merchants and traders of the city of Philadelphia. : 13th April, 1798. Committed to a committee of the whole House, on Monday next. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by William Ross?, 1798] [4], 11-14, [2] p. ; 21 cm (8vo)
 The remarkable adventures of Jackson Johonnot, of Massachusetts. : Who served as a soldier in the Western army, in Massachusetts, in the expedition under Gen. Harmar, and Gen. St. Clair. Containing an account of his captivity, sufferings and escape from the Kickappo Indians. / Written by himself, and publised at the earnest importunity of his friends, for the benefit of American youth. [United States : s.n., ca. 1795?] 15, [1] p. : ill. ; 20 cm (8vo)
 [blank] 2 period Monday 21 January 1799. : 1 Samuel Coates 2 William Davy ... 48 John Hopkins / To be struck at the office of the Prothonotary of the Supreme Court, on Monday 17th December, 1798. at 12 o'clock. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by John Dunlap, 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 22 cm
 A new song. [Connecticut : s.n., ca. 1795?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 22 x 17 cm
 Boston, [blank] promise to pay unto Nathaniel Barber, or bearer, [blank] lawful money, on demand, : being for value received by a premium of insurance of [blank] underwrote in said Barber's office, on policy no. [blank] And if said sum is not paid in sixty days, [blank] promise to allow and pay lawful interest for the same from the date hereof, until paid. [Boston, Mass. : s.n., not after 1773] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 12 x 15 cm
 Confirmations-Gesänge. [Pennsylvania? : s.n., ca. 1800?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 29 x 24 cm
 An Earnest call: occasioned by the alarming pestilential contagion. : Addressed to the inhabitants of Philadelphia. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Jones, Hoff & Derrick. No. 8, North Fifth-Street., M,DCC,XCIII. [1793] 40 p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 At Nisi Prius, Wednesday, the 19th August,1798. : 1 Elliston Perot, 2 Isaac Wharton, ... 48 Edward Randolph, / To be struck at the office of the Prothonotary of the Supreme court on Wednesday, 8th of August, 1798 at 12 o'clock. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by John Dunlap, 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 35 x 21 cm
 [blank] Esq; captain general and governor in chief in and over His Majesty's province of New-Jersey, : and territories thereon depending in American, and vice-admiral in the same, &c. To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting. Know ye that at [blank] the last will and testament of [blank] deceased, was proved before [blank] who was thereunto duly authorized and appointed for that purpose, and is now approved and allowed of by me; [blank]he the said deceased, having while [blank]he lived, and at the time of h[blank] death, goods, rights and credits, in divers places within this province, by means whereof the full disposition of all and singular the goods, rights and credits of the said deceased, and the granting of administration of them; also the hearing of accompt, calculation or reck'ning, and the final discharge and dismission from the same unto me solely, and not unto any other inferiour judge, are manifesty [sic] known to belong: and the administration of all and singular the goods rights and credits of the said deceased, and h[blank] last will and testament in any manner of way concerning, was granted unto [blank] in the said testament named chief, of well and truly performing the said will, and of making a true and perfect inventory of all and singular goods, rights and credits of the said deceased, and exhibiting the same into the registry of the prerogative court in the secretary's office at Burlington, and of rendring a just and true accompt, when thereunto lawfully required, being [blank] / In testimony whereof, I have caused the prerogative seal of the said province to be affixed, at [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and forty [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa: : Printed by William and Andrew Bradford, printer to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty for the province of New-Jersey, not after 1742] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 38 x 31 cm
 Nos los inquisidores apostolicos, contra la herética pravedad, y apostasía en la Ciudad de México, estados, y provincias de esta Nueva-España, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Islas Philipinas, y su distrito &c. : A todos, y qualesquier personas de qualesquier estado, grado, y condicion, ... Sabed: que con asombro, y grave dolor de nuestro corazon, hemos leído y exâminado, ... un libro en octavo, intitulado: Desengaño del hombre, impreso en Filadelfia en este presente año, su autor, D. Santiago Felipe Puglia. Este infame autor se manifesta por su obra, orgulloso, altivo, inobediente, blasfemo, traídor, y con todos los demás caractéres con que describe San Pablo en las segunda Carta á Timoteo, capítulo tercero, aquella casta de hombres que aparecerán en los últimos dias, ... En la Inquisicion de México à  veinte y quatro dias del mes de Octubre de mil setecientos noventa y quatro años. / Dr. D. Juan de Mier y Villar. Dr. D. Antonio Bergosa y Jordan. Dr. D. Bernardo de Prado y Obejero. Dr. D. Joseph de Pereda y Chaves. Por mandado del Santo Oficio. D. Mathias Joseph de Naxera, secretario. Nadie le quite pena de excomunion mayor. [Mexico City, Mexico : s.n., 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 44 x 32 cm
 Extracts from the minutes of the yearly meeting, held in Philadelphia, by adjournments from the 21st. of the 4th. month to the 25th of the same inclusive, 1800. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1800] 4 p. ; 34 cm (folio)
 The Supreme Executive Council of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. To all to whom these presents shall come Greeting: : Know ye, that in consideration of the services rendered by [blank] in the late army of the [blank] there is granted by the said commonwealth unto the said [blank] a certain tract or parcel of land lying in the county of [blank] with its appurtenances unto the said [blank] his heirs and assigns forever: to have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land, with the appurtenances thereof, unto the said [blank] his heirs and assigns, to the proper use and behoof of the said [blank] his heirs and assigns forever, free and clear of all restrictions and reservations as to mines, royalties, quit-rents or otherwise, excepting and reserving only the fifth part of all gold and silver ore for the use of this commonwealth, to be delivered at the pit's mouth clear of all charges. / In witness whereof [blank] Esquire [blank] president of the Supreme Executive Council, hath hereunto set his hand, and caused the state seal to be affixed the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty [blank] and of the commonwealth the [blank] Attest [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1786] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 x 40 cm
 A Concise history of the Holy Bible. Lansingburgh [N.Y.]: : Printed by Luther Pratt, & Co., 1796. 192 p., [12] leaves of plates : ill. ; 49 mm (64mo)
 An act for the encouragement of schools, : passed at the eighteenth session of the legislature of the State of New York: and of the independence of the United States the nineteenth. Published by authority.. New-York [N.Y.]:-- : Printed by Francis Childs, printer of the laws of the state., M,DCC,XCV. [1795] 15, [1] p. ; 21 cm (8vo)
 Philadelphia, [blank] 179[blank] Sales at John Chaloner's auction, on account of M[blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1793] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 39 x 16 cm
 Ein schöner Christlicher Haus-Segen, für alle fromme Haus-Väter. [Pennsylvania? : s.n., ca. 1800?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 22 x 27 cm
 Christliches Verlangen. [Pennsylvania? : s.n., ca. 1800?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 27 x 22 cm
 Ein Brief. So von Gott selbsten geschrieben und zu Magdeburg niedergelassen worden ist. : Es war mit goldenen Buchstaben geschrieben und von Gott durch einen Engel gesandt worden:-- Wer ihn abschreiben will, dem soll man ihn geben: wer ihn verachtet, von dem weicht der Herr! [Pennsylvania? : s.n., ca. 1800?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 27 x 22 cm.
 To John Adams, President, and to the Congress of the United States. : The subscribers, inhabitants, and citizens of Boston, in the state of Massachusetts, deeply impressed with the critical and alarming situation of the United States; and convinced of the necessity of unanimity and firmness at this interesting moment, beg leave to express to the supreme executive, and the Congress of the United States, their fullest approbation of the measures adopted by the President, relative to our foreign relations, their gratitude for his exertions to conciliate the French Republic, and his solicitude to settle and accommodate all existing differences, upon terms, compatible with the safety, the interest, and the dignity of the United States. They beg leave also to express their high and elevated opinion of, and confidence in, the virtue, the wisdom, and the prudence of the national government, ... Boston, April 21st. 1798. [Boston, Mass. : s.n., 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 20 cm
 The Wilmington Mercury. : Printed occasionally and delivered gratis--to the patrons of the Delaware gazette--by Smyth. Sixth & seventh day (Frid. & Sat.) evenings, tenth mo. (Oct.) 26 & 27, 1798. [Wilmington, Del. : Printed by William Catherwood Smyth, 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 27 x 21 cm.
 Treasury Department. Circular to the collectors of the customs. : Sir, In pursuance of authority, from the president of the United States, I have to inform you, that the cutters and other vessels, employed in the service of the Revenue are hereafter to be distinguished from other vessels, by an ensign and pendant, consisting of sixteen perpendicular stripes, alternate red and white, the union of the ensign to be, the arms of the United States, in dark blue, on a white field. You will be pleased to provide such flags if any, as may be necessary in your district, after which is will be proper to publish for the information of the masters of merchant vessels, the 102d section of the act of March 2d, 1799, entitled "An act to regulate the collection of duties on imposts and tonnage," with a description of the flag above mentioned. / I am, with consideration, sir, your obedient servant, [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., 1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 23 x 20 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act for the more effectual recovery of debts due from individuals to the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 33 x 20 cm.
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act for the reimbursement of a loan authorized by an act of the last session of Congress. ... / Frederick Augustus Muhlenberf, speaker of the House of Representatives. John Adams, vice-president of the United States, and president of the Senate. Approved, Febuary the twenty first, 1795. Go: Washington, president of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 35 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act for the relief of Peter Covenhoven. ... An act authorizing the transfer of the stock standing to the credit of certain states. ... / Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, speaker of the House of Representatives. John Adams, vice-president of the United States, and president of the Senate. Approved, January the second, 1795. Go: Washington, president of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 35 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act for the relief of William Seymour. ... An act relative to cessions of jurisdiction in places, where light houses, beacons, buoys and public piers have been, or may hereafter be erected and fixed. ... / Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, speaker of the House of Representatives. Henry Tazewell, president of the Senate, pro tempore. Approved, March the second, 1795. Go: Washington, president of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 20 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act for the remission of the tonnage duties on certain French vessels. ... An act for the relief of Epaphras Jones and others. ... / Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, speaker of the House of Representatives. John Adams, vice-president of the United States, and president of the Senate. Approved, January the twenty eighth, 1795. Go: Washington, president of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday the third of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act further extending the time for receiving on loan the domestic debt of the United States. ... An act to authorize the settlement of the claim of Samuel Prioleau. ... / Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, speaker of the House of Representatives. John Adams, vice-president of the United States, and president of the Senate. Approved, January the twenty eighth, 1795. Go: Washington, president of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act making appropriations for the support of government for the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety five. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] [4] p. ; 35 cm (folio)
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act making appropriations for the support of the military establishment for the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety five; and for the expenses of the militia lately called into the service of the United States. ... / Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, speaker of the House of Representatives. John Adams, vice-president of the United States, and president of the Senate. Approved, thirty Decr. 1794. Go: Washington, president of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act making further appropriations for the military and naval establishments, and for the support of government. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act making further provision in cases of drawbacks. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] [4] p. ; 34 cm (folio)
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act for the payment of certain instalments of foreign debts; and of the third instalment due on a loan made of the bank of the United States. ... / Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, speaker of the House of Representatives. John Adams, vice-president of the United States, and president of the Senate. Approved, January the eighth, 1795. Go: Washington, president of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa.: Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 35 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act relative to the passing of coasting vessels between Long Island and Rhode Island. ... An act for the relief of Spencer Man and Frantz Jacob Foltz. ... / Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, speaker of the House of Representatives. Henry Tazewell, president of the Senate, pro tempore. Approved, March the second, 1795. Go: Washington, president of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 20 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act supplementary to the act concerning invalids. ... An act authorizing the erection of a lighthouse near the entrance of George-Town harbour, in the state of south-Carolina. ... / Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, speaker of the House of Representatives. John Adams, vice-president of the United States, and president of the Senate. Approved, February the twenty first, 1795. Go: Washington, president of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act supplementary to the act, intituled "An act establishing a mint, and regulating the coins of the United States." [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 32 x 20 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act supplementary to the act, intituled "An act to provide more effectually for the collection of the duties on goods, wares and merchandize imported into the United States, and on the tonnage of ships or vessels." [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] [4] p. 34 cm (folio)
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act supplementary to the several acts imposing duties on goods, wares and merchandize imported into the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act to alter and amend the act, intituled "An act laying certain duties upon snuff and refined sugar." [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] [4] p. 34 cm (folio)
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday the third day of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act to amend the act, entitled, "An act to establish the post-office and post-roads within the United States." [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 35 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act to authorize a grant of lands to the French inhabitants of Galliopolis, and for other purposes therein mentioned. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 33 x 20 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act to authorize the allowance of drawback on part of the cargo of the ship Enterprize. ... An act to amend the act, intituled "An act making alterations in the Treasury and War departments. ... / Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, speaker of the House of Representatives. John Adams, vice-president of the United States, and president of the Senate. Approved, February the thirteenth, 1795. Go: Washington, president of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act to continue in force for a limited time the acts therein mentioned. ... An act for the relief of Robert Barton and others. ... / Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, speaker of the House of Representatives. Henry Tazewell, president of the Senate, pro tempore. Approved, March the second, 1795. Go: Washington, President of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act to continue in force the act "for ascertaining the fees in admiralty proceedings in the district-courts of the United States, and for other purposes." ... An act enabling George Gibbs to obtain a drawback of duties on certain exported wines. ... / Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, speaker of the House of Representatives. Henry Tazewell, president of the Senate, pro tempore. Approved, February the twenty fifth, 1795. Go: Washington, president of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 35 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act to establish the office of Purveyor of public supplies. ... / Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, speaker of the House of Representatives. John Adams, vice-president of the United States, and president of the Senate. Approved, February the twenty third, 1795. Go: Washington, President of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 35 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act to provide some present relief to the officers of government and other citizens who have suffered in their property by the insurgents in the western counties of Pennsylvania. ... An act for the relief of Angus M'Lean. ... / Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, speaker of the House of Representatives. Henry Tazewell, president pro tempore of the Senate. Approved, February the twenty seventh, 1795. Go: Washington, President of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 35 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act to regulate the compensation of clerks. ... / Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, speaker of the House of Representatives. Henry Tazewell, president pro tempore of the Senate. Approved, March the third, 1795. Go: Washington, president of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act to regulate the pay of the non-commissioned officers, musicians and privates of the militia of the United States, when called into actual service, and for other purposes. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 35 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act to amend and explain the twenty-second section of "the act establishing the judicial courts of the United States." ... / Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, speaker of the House of Representatives. John Adams, vice-president of the United States, and president of the Senate. Approved, December the twelfth, 1794. Go: Washington, president of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act extending the privilege of franking to James White, the delegate from the territory of the United States south of the river Ohio; and making provision for his compensation. ... / Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, speaker of the House of Representatives. John Adams, vice-president of the United States, and president of the Senate. Approved, December the third, 1794. Go: Washington, president of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act to authorize the president to call out and station a corps of militia, in the four western counties of Pennsylvania, for a limited time. ... / Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, speaker of the House of Representatives. John Adams, vice-president of the United States, and president of the Senate. Approved, November the twenty-ninth, 1794. Go: Washington, president of the United States [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Speech of the President of the United States, to both Houses of Congress. May 16, 1797. [United States : s.n., 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 45 x 35 cm
 At a General Assembly of the governor and company of the state of Connecticut, holden at Hartford, (by special order of the governor) on the eighth day of January, 1783, anno Domini, 1783. : The gentlemen nominated by the votes of the freemen of this state, to stand for election in May next, for delegates in Congress of the United States of America, for the year 1783, as sent into the present Assembly, are as follow, viz. Samuel Huntington, Esq; Oliver Elsworth, Esq; Richard Law, Esq; Jesse Root, Esq; Oliver Wolcott, Esq; Benjamin Huntington, Esq; Jedediah Strong, Esq; Eliphalet Dyer, Esq; Stephen Mix Mitchel, Esq; Pierpoint Edwards, Esq; Roger Sherman, Esq; Andrew Adams, Esq; / (A true copy) examined by George Wyllys, secretary. Hartford [Conn.]: : Printed by Hudson and Goodwin., [1783] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 14 cm
 The triumphs of love: : containing the surprising adventures, accidents, and misfortunes, that many person have encountered in the eager pursuit of their amorous inclinations. In fifteen pleasing relations or histories. For the recreation of gentlemen, ladies and others, who are pleased with such innocent diversions and amusements, viz. I. The reward of chastity. II. The old man in love. III. The female warrior. IV. The disaster of love. V. The unfortunate conqueror. VI. The gent. robbers. VII. The bloody brothers. VIII. The faithful lovers. IX. The murdering servant X. The life of little James XI. The treacherous innkeeper. XII. The sland'rer punish'd XIII. The furious ravisher XIV. The fatal jest. XV. The disappointed lover. / Written originally in French by P. Camus, one of the prime wits of that nation. Translated by R.B. gent. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed in the year, M,DCC,XCII [1792]. vi, [1], 8-121, [1] p. : ill. ; 15 cm
 Cashier of the Bank of New-York, pay to [blank] or bearer, [blank] dollars. New-York, the [blank] day of [blank] 1792 [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 1792] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 15 cm
 Our fathers God, the hope of posterity. : Some serious thoughts on the foundation, rise and growth of the settlements in New England with a view to the edification of the present, and the instruction and admonition of future generations. A discourse delivered at Dedham, on the day of publick thanksgiving, Nov. 23. 1738. Upon the conclusion of the first century, since a church of Christ was gathered in that place. / By Samuel Dexter, V.D.M. Boston [Mass.]: : Reprinted by Thomas Fleet, Jun. at the Bible and Heart., MDCCXCVI. [1796] [4], ii, 48 p. ; 23 cm (8vo)
 Hoch-deutsches reformirtes A B C und Namen Büchlein, : für Kinder, welche anfangen zu lernen. Germanton [Pa.]. : Gedruckt und zu haben von Michael Billmeyer., 1789. [32] p. : ill. ; 17 cm
 [Divine songs, attempted in easy language, : for the use of children. / By I. Watts, D.D.] [Salem, [Mass] : Printed for, and sold by Mascoll Williams, at the sign of the Bible, in King-Street, 1775] v, 6-47, [1] p. : ill. ; 14 cm. (12mo)
 The republican harmony. : --- Containing: --- the rudiments of music, in a concise manner; together with a collection of sacred music, both ancient and modern: some of the latter are original. Designed for the use of singing schools and worshiping societies. / By Nathaniel Billings. Lansingburgh, (New-York): : Printed by Silvester Tiffany, for the publisher,, M DCC XCV. [1795] vii, [1], 60 p. : music ; 12 x 22 cm
 A Selection of sacred harmony, : containing, lessons explaining the gamut, keys, and characters used in vocal music; also a rich variety of tunes. Approved by the most eminent teachers of church music in the United States. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed for W. Young, bookseller and stationer, at the corner of Chesnut and Second-streets. By John M'Culloch, in Third-street, near the market., M.DCC.LXXX.IX. [1789] [4], 16, 25-67, [1] p. : music ; 15 x 24 cm
 ... and in complete order for sea. : Terms -- 1/4th cash, and 3/4ths and 90 and 120 days. At 11 o'clock, a large assortment of dry goods consisting of cloths, cassimers, callicoes, &c. &c. And at 12 o'clock, 10 hhds. Antigua rum for cash -- And 15 hogsheads sugar. June 29, 1799. [United States : s.n., 1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 20 cm
 Pursuits of literature. : A satirical poem in four dialogues, with notes. To which are annexed, a vindication of the work, and translations of all the Greek, Latin, Italian, and French quotations. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by H. Maxwell, for A. Dickins, J. Ormrod, and J. Nancrede., 1800. vii, [2], 10-432, 431-481, [1] p. ; 24 cm (8vo)
 State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. In General Assembly, December 2d session, 1776. : An act to prevent monopolies and oppression, by excessive and unreasonable prices for many of the necessaries and conveniences of life, and for preventing engrossers, and for the better supply of our troops in the Army with such necessaries as may be wanted. Providence [R.I.]: : Printed by J. Carter., [1777] 8 p. ; 18 cm (12mo)
 Zum 4ten May, 1775. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Gedruckt bey Henrich Miller, 1775] [4] p. ; 18 cm (8vo)
 An astronomical diary, or almanack, for the year of Christian aera, 1787: : being the third after leap year. Calculated for the meridian of Portsmouth, New-Hampshire, lat. 43 deg. 5 min. north: but will serve for any of the New-England states. Containing every thing necessary for such a work; with or without a draught of the flags of all nations. / By Daniel Sewall. Portsmouth, N.H. : Printed and sold (wholesale or retail) by Robert Gerrish, at his printing-office in Congress-Street: sold also by Lamson & Ranlet, at Exeter; and by most of the retailers in town and country. A large allowance by the quantity., [1786] [24] p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 Hutchins improved: : being an almanack and ephemeris of the motions of the sun and moon; the true places and aspects of the planets: the rising and setting of the sun; and the rising, setting, and southing of the moon, for the year of our Lord 1801: 25th year of American independence, 'till 4th July. Containing also, the lunations, conjunctions, eclipses, judgment of the weather, rising and setting of the planets, length of days and nights, courts, roads, &c. Together with useful tables, entertaining remarks, &c. &c. / By Andrew Beers, philom. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed [by Power and Southwick?] for and sold by Samuel Campbell, Pearl-Street. Great allowance made to those who purchase a quantity., [1800] [36] p. : ill. ; 18 cm (12mo)
 The farmer's diary: or The United States almanack, for the year of our Lord Christ, 1791. : Being the third after bissextile, or leap-year. Calculated for the meridian of Danbury, in the state of Connecticut, lat. 41° 56' North, long. 72° 54' West; but may serve indifferently for any of the adjacent states. Containing, all things necessary for such a composition. / By Joseph Leland, philom. [Danbury, Conn.] : Published in Danbury, by Douglas and Ely; and sold, wholesale and retail, at their printing-office., [1790] [24] p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 Webster's New-York almanack, for the year of our Lord 1784: : being bessextile [sic], or leap-year. Containing the motions of the sun and moon -- the rising and setting of the sun -- the rising, setting and southing of the moon. Also, the eclipses, -- judgment of the weather, -- length of days and nights, -- rising, setting, and southing of the principal fix'd stars, -- sun's declination, -- moon's greatest north and south latitude, -- observable days of the church, -- interest, expence and tide tables, -- a list of roads to most of the principal places on the continent, &c. Together with useful and entertaining stories in prose and verse. Calculated for the city of New-York , but will serve the adjacent states, without any essential variation. New-York [N.Y.] : : Printed and sold by Charles Webster., [1783] [24] p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 The friendly instructor: or, A companion for young ladies and young gentlemen. : In which their duty to God, and their parents, their carriage to superiors and inferiors, and several other very useful and instructive lessons are recommended, in plain and familiar dialogues. / By a lady. [Boston, Mass.] : Printed at Boston, by E.W. Weld and W. Greenough, sold at the Magazine Office, No. 49, State-Street., MDCCXCIV. [1794] viii, [1], 10-72 p. ; 15 cm (18mo)
 City of New-York, sc: [blank] Esq; Mayor of the city of New-York. : To the sheriff, constables, and other Her Majestys officers within the said city, Greeting. Know ye, that I have licensed, and by these presents do licence [sic] [blank] of the city aforesaid, [blank] to sell wine, beer, brandy, rum, syder, or any other sorts of strong liquors by retail, in h[blank] house [blank] until the twenty fifth day of March next ensuing the date hereof, and have bound h[blank] by recognizance, with surety, in the sum of twenty pounds, to the use of her Majesty, the Queen, that h[blank] shall keep and maintain good rule and order, and not use or suffer any unlawful games or meetings in h[blank] said house, but do according to law in that behalf provided. / In witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name, and cuased the common seal of the said city to be affixed the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of the reign or our Sovereign Lady Anne, by the grace of God, Queen of Great Britain, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. Annoq; Domini one thousand seven hundred and [blank] [New York, N.Y. : Printed by William Bradford, between 1707 and 1714] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 19 x 30 cm
 Pursuits of literature. : A satirical poem in four dialogues, with notes. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by H. Maxwell, for A. Dickins, J. Ormrod, Philadelphia; and J. Nancrede, Boston., 1800. vii, [2], 10-432, 431-481, [1] p. ; 22 cm (8vo)
 An astronomical diary; or, Almanack for the year of Christian aera, 1774. Being the second year after bissextile ... And the 14th year of the reign ... Containing, besides the ... / By Nathaniel Low. On the death of Oliver Cromwell. Hartford [Conn.]: Re printed and sold by Ebenezer Watson,, 1774 [i.e. 1773]. [16] p. 18 cm
 [An almanack for the year of our Lord 1739.] [Boston, Mass. : Printed by T. Fleet, for the booksellers, and sold at their shops, 1739, i.e. 1738] [16] p. ; 17 cm (8vo)
 An astronomical diary; or almanack for the year of Christian aera, 1767. : And from the creation of the world 5716. Being the third year after bissextile or leap year. In the 7th year of the reign of King George III. Containing the sun and moon's rising and setting, eclipses, lunations, aspects, courts, spring tides, judgments of the weather; time of high water, public roads, with the best stages or houses to put up at: the art of getting riches; with a variety of other essays, epigrams, &c. both useful and entertaining. Calculated for the meridian of Boston, New-England, lat. 42. deg. 25 min. North: but may indifferently serve any part of New-England. / By Nathanael Low. A student in physick and astronomy. Boston [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by D. Kneeland, in Queen-Street, and Kneeland & Adams in Milk-Street., 1767 [i.e., 1766]. [24] p. ; 18 cm. (12mo)
 [The Virginia almanack for the year of our Lord, 1768.] [Williamsburg, Va.? : Printed by William Rind?, 1767] [4] p. ; 17 cm (8vo)
 Poor Will's pocket almanack, for the year 1772; : fitted to the use of Pennsylvania, and the neighbouring provinces. Containing, a great variety of useful lists and tables. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed and sold by J. Crukshank at his printing-office, in Third-Street, opposite the Work-House., [1771] [36] p. ; 11 cm
 Beers's almanack, for the year of our Lord, 1796. / By Andrew Beers. Kingston [N.Y.] : Printed and sold by Copp & Freer, [1795] [36] p. ; 18 cm (12mo)
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] held and firmly bound unto [blank] in the sum of [blank] to be paid to the said [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators, or assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made [blank] heirs, executors, and administrators, [blank] firmly by these presents. Sealed with [blank] seal[blank]. Dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and [blank] Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank., [not after 1789] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 15 x 15 cm
 Shipped in good order and well conditioned, : by [blank] in and upon the good [blank] called the [blank] whereof is master for this present voyage [blank] and now riding at anchor in the [blank] and bound for [blank] To say, [blank] being marked and numbered as in the margin, and are to be delivered in the like good order and well conditioned, at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or to [blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said goods [blank] with primage and average accustomed. / In witness whereof the master or purser of the said [blank] hath affirmed to [blank] bills of lading, all of this tenor and date; the one of which [blank] bills being accomplished, the other to stand void. Dated in [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by John Dunlap, [not after 1772] 1 sheet ([1] p. ; 12 x 24 cm
 Sold by Campbell, Conrad & Co. Price [blank] cents. [Baltimore, Md. : s.n., 1799?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 9 x 95 mm
 Joseph J. Todd's circulating library, at the sign of the Bible and Anchor. : Conditions. Subscribers pay 2 dollars per quarter, one half in advance; to take 2 books at a time; not to exchange oftener than once a day. A person having once subscribed, to be considered as a subscriber so long as he retains any book, or leaves any account unsettled.--- The price per week for octavo volumes, 10 cents; for duodecimos, 6 and 1-4 cents. Books kept more than one week, to pay for two weeks. Books lost, or damaged, to be paid for, and the loan of them to the time of payment. Second hand books received in payment. [Providence, R.I. : s.n., 1797?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 75 x 61 mm
 No. [blank] of Rainbow & Hannah's Circulating Library Norfolk, Virginia, 1796. [Norfolk, Va. : s.n., 1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 89 x 103 mm
 The life of Baron Frederic Trenck, : containing his adventures, his cruel and excessive sufferings, during ten years imprisonment, at the fortress of Magdeburg, by command of the late King of Prussia: also, anecdots [sic], historical, political and personal. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed and sold by Benjamin Johnson, No. 147, High-Street., M, DCC, XCII. [1792] 82+ p. ; 13 cm (16mo)
 This volume belongs to Bell's Circulating Library, : containing above two thousand volumes, next door to St. Paul's Church in Third-Street. Where sentimentalists, whether ladies or gentlemen, may become readers, by subscribing for one month, three months, or by agreement for a single book. Said Bell hath also very great variety of new and old books for sale; he, likewise, gives ready money for new and old books. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1778?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 12 x 7 cm
 Edward W. Laight. Columbia College. 1789. [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 1789] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 62 x 95 mm
 Port of [blank] Know ye, that [blank] master or commander of the [blank] : burthen [blank] tons or there-abouts, mounted with [blank] guns, navigated with [blank] men, [blank] built [blank] bound for [blank] having on board [blank] hath enter'd & clear'd in her Majestys custom-house at [blank] according to law. / Given under our hands and seals of the oiffce [sic] this [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of the reign of our Sovereign Lady Anne, Queen of Great Britain, &c. Annoq; Domini one thousand seven hundred and [blank] [New York, N.Y. : Printed by William Bradford, between 1707 and 1714] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 19 x 30 cm
 To the sheriff of the county of [blank] or his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of [blank] within said county; Greeting. : In the name of the governor and company of the state of Connecticut, you are hereby commanded to [blank] to appear before [blank] Esq; justice of the peace, for [blank] county [blank] at [blank] dwelling-house [blank] o'clock in the [blank] noon, then and there to answer unto [blank] in a plea, that to the plaintiff the defendant render the sum of [blank] which to the plaintiff, the [blank] justly owes by book, [blank] as by the [blank] book ready in court to be produced fully appears; which debt the defendant hath never paid, [blank] (though often requested and demanded) [blank] which is to the damage of the plaintiff the sum of [blank] lawful money. And for the recovery thereof with just costs, the plaintiff brings this suit, [blank] Hereof fail not, but of the writ, with your doings thereon make due return according to law. Dated at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 178[blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1783] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 13 x 16 cm
 To the sheriff of the county of [blank] or his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of [blank] within said county; Greeting. : In the name of the governor and company of the state of Connecticut, you are hereby commanded to summon [blank] to appear before [blank] Esq; justice of the peace, for [blank] county [blank] at [blank] dwelling-house [blank] on [blank]day the [blank] day of [blank] at [blank] of the clock in the [blank] noon, then and there to answer unto [blank] in an action or plea, that to the plaintiff he the defendant render the sum of [blank] which to the plaintiff, he the defendant justly owes by book [blank] as by the plaintiff's book, ready in court to be produced, fully appears: which debt the defendant hath never paid, (tho' often requested and demanded) which is to the damage of the plaintiff [blank] the sum of [blank] And for the recovery thereof with just costs, the plaintiff brings this suit. ( [blank] ) Hereof fail not, and of this writ with your doings thereon, make due return. Dated at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 178[blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1783] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 14 x 17 cm
 To the sheriff of the county of [blank] or his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of [blank] within the said county; Greeting. : Whereas [blank] recovered judgment against [blank] before the [blank] Court, holden at [blank] within the county aforesaid, on the [blank] Tuesday of [blank] for the sum of [blank] debt; [blank] and [blank] costs of suit, as appears of record: whereof execution remains to be done: these are therefore, in His Majesty's name, to command you, that of the goods, chattels, or lands of the said [blank] within your precincts, you cause to be levied, and (the same to be disposed of or apprized as the law directs) paid and satisfied unto the said [blank] the aforesaid sums being [blank] in the whole, with one shilling [blank] proclamation money more for this writ; and therefore also to satisfy your self for your own fees. ... Hereof fail not, and to make due return of this writ, with your doings thereon according to law, within sixty days. Dated at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 176[blank] And in the [blank] year of His Majesty's reign. [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1769] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 16 cm.
 Domestic medicine; or, The family physician: : being an attempt to render the medical art more generally useful, by shewing people what is in their own power both with respect to the prevention and cure of diseases. Chiefly calculated to recommend a proper attention to regimen and simple medicines. / By William Buchan, M.D. To which is added, Dr. Cadogan's Dissertation on the gout. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by John Dunlap, for R. Aitken, at his book-store, nearly opposite the London Coffee-House, in Front-Street., M.DCC.LXXII. [1772] vii, [5], 368; iv, 39, [1] p. ; 20 cm (8vo)
 Books bound and sold by R. Aitken, : at his book-store, nearly opposite the London Coffee-House, Front-Street, Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1772?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 41 x 65 mm
 Price [blank] (17[blank]) Numb. [blank] John Younglove, Esq. Cambridge. [Albany, N.Y.] : Printed by Charles R. & George Webster, No. 36, State-street, Albany., [ca. 1788] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 59 x 104 mm
 Sold by John Dunlap, at the newest printing-office, in Market-Street, Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., ca. 1770] 1 sheet ([1] p. ; 38 x 68 mm
 Truth is powerful and will prevail. : The authors of all the vile slanders which have been circulated, against Mr. Ross have been detected, they are Alex. J. Dallas, and Tench Coxe; the former of whom Dallas, during our war with Great Britain, was a play actor and performed low characters in comedy and farce, for the entertainment of his Britannic Majesty's subjects, while his Britannic Majesty's soldiers were cutting the throats of our fellow citizens in this country, and who for years has been the standing counsel of the French directory--The latter Tench Coxe, led the British Army in triumph into Philadelphia his native city, and was by the Supreme Executive Council proclaimed a traitor. We well know the retailers of these slanders in this county, are they not the men who now are fattening on our plundered Treasury? / A Whig of seventy-six. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 13 x 15 cm
 The last infamous electioneering trick of the Jacobins detected. : To the editor of the Aurora. Sir, A few days ago, a gentleman of my acquaintance came to my house, and informed me that my name had been used in an anonymous publication in the Aurora of the 23d inst. attached to the signature of Michael Servetus, with a view to substantiate the charge of infidelity against Mr. Ross, of Pittsburgh, one of the candidates for the governorship of this state. ... / I am, sir, your most obedient servant, Thomas Ryerson. Lower Chichester, Delaware County, 28th September, 1799. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 15 cm
 To the electors of Cumberland County. : Fellow citizens, The important day is arrived when it will be the indispensable duty of all true Republicans to give their suffrages to the following persons For governor. Thomas M'Kean For Assembly. Robert Whitehill Jacob Alter David Mitchell For coroner Ludwick Miller For commissioner Jacob Crever ... [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., 1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 42 x 19 cm
 To the electors of Philadelphia County. : Friends and fellow citizens. At a meeting of the citizens of this county, convened by public notice, in June last, we were appointed a Committee to promote the Republican ticket at the ensuing election; and attentive to the duty confided to us, we beg leave, in the most earnest manner to awaken your attention to this important subject. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. s.n., 1799] 7, [1] p. ; 23 cm (8vo)
 To tou EpiktÄ“tou Encheiridion. / Ex editione Joannis Upton accurate expressum. Philadelphiae [Pa.]: : Impensis Mathaei Carey., MDCCXCIII. [1793] 22, 23, [3] p. ; 15 cm (24mo)
 The works of the Rev. John Fletcher. Volume V. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Henry Tuckniss, Church-Alley, and sold by John Dickins, No. 44, North Second Street, near Arch Street., M DCC XCIV. [1794] xvi, 17-300 p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 The Carriers of Poulson's American daily advertiser respectfully present to its patrons the following address on the commencement of the year 1801. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Zachariah Poulson, 1800] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 45 x 14 cm
 The Spendthrift clapt into limbo. : To which are added, Love in my pocket. The modern beau. One bottle more. [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n.], Printed in the year 1800. 8 p. : ill. ; 17 cm
 The Jolly fisherman. : To which is added, The honest fellow. The request. The frizure; or The jolly barber. Dermot and Shelah. The Carlow lass. [Philadelphia, Pa.? : Printed for the flying stationers.--, 1800. 8 p. : ill. ; 17 cm
 Verzeichniss der besten und neusten deutschen Schriften in allen Fächern und Wissenschaften : wie auch eines vollständigen Landcharten-Verlags welche um beygesezte billige Preise zu finden sind / bey Christian Jacob Hütter in Lancaster. Lancäster [Pa.]: : Gedruckt bey Johann Albrecht und Comp., 1798. 63, [1] p. ; 18 cm (8vo)
 Proposal for abolishing the laws against usury, in the new city of Washington. [Washington? : s.n, ca. 1795?] iii, [1], 12 p. ; 22 cm (8vo)
 Remarks on a law of Maryland enacted in July, 1779: : which, being on a subject of a general nature, may be of general service; so far as they tend to invalidate an unjust imputation against that state, and as they may refresh the mind with the recollection of certain principles that ought never to be lost. They are submitted to the candour of the public, / by T.C.D. [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., 1779 or 1780?] 9, [1] p. ; 19 cm (8vo)
 Der Bauren-Stand, drey neue Lieder. [Ephrata, Pa.? : Typis societatis, 1775?] [8] p. : ill. ; 21 cm (8vo)
 Julia de Roubigne, : a tale. In a series of letters. / Published by the author of The man of feeling, and The man of the world. Dublin [Ireland]: : Printed for J. Rice, No. 111, Grafton-Street, and sold by H. and P. Rice, Market and Second Street, Philadelphia., 1796. 2 v. in 1 (xii, 239, [1] p.) ; 18 cm (12mo)
 We [blank] do hereby certify [blank] has taken or subscribed an oath that [blank] only owners of the ship or vessel called the [blank] : of [blank] whereof [blank] is at present master and is a citizen of the United States, and that the said ship or vessel is foreign built [blank] We have therefore ordered the said ship or vessel to be measured, and do certify that the said ship or vessel has [blank] decks [blank] masts, that her length is [blank] her breadth [blank] and her depth [blank] and that she measures [blank] tons that she is [blank] has galleries and badges, and [blank] head [blank] And the said [blank] having consented & agreed to the description & admeasurement above specified we certify that the above has been duly registered in this office. Given under our hands & seals at the port of [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety [blank] [Washington, D.C.? : s.n., between 1796 and 1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 49 x 35 cm
 Articles of the Darby Fire-Company, : formed on the twenty-seventh day of January, in the year of our Lord 1775, as revised and agreed to on the seventeenth day of October 1796. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Zachariah Poulson, Junior, No. 106, Chesnut-street., [1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 41 x 31cm
 The Town and country almanac, calculated for Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, and Kentucky. For the year of our Lord, 1801. : Being the 5th after bissextile, or leap-year; the 25th of American independence, and thirteenth of the federal government. Containing, besides every thing necessary in an almanac; a variety of pieces in prose and verse. Baltimore [Md.]: : Printed for Thomas, Andrews & Butler, No. 148, Market-Street., [1800] [36] p. : ill. ; 18 cm (12mo)
 The Jefferson almanac, calculated for Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Kentucky, for the year of our Lord, 1801. : Being the fifth after bissextile or leap year; and the 26th of American independence, after the 4th of July. I will give the purchaser whether Tory or Jacobin-- Federal or Republican, or even a United Irishman an almanac for 1802, in case Thomas Jefferson is not elected president. George Keatinge. Baltimore [Md.]: : Printed and sold by George Keatinge No. 194 Market street,--, 1801 [i.e. 1800?]. [28] p. : ill. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 Croswell's diary: or, The Catskill almanack, for the year of our Lord 1799: : being the third after bissextile or leap year, and of American independence (which was declared the 4th of July, 1776) part of the 23d and 24th years: calculated for latitude 42 degrees north, and for a meridian 3 degrees east of Georgetown, the intended permanent residence of Congress. Containing, besides what is usual and necessary in compositions of this nature, many things, new, useful and entertaining. / By Andrew Beers, philom. Catskill [N.Y.]: : Printed and sold by Mackay Croswell. Great allowance to those who purchase quantities., [1798] [36] p. : ill. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 Bickerstaff's almanac, for the year of Christian aera, 1800. : Calculated for the New-England states. Containing every thing necessary for an almanac. [Portsmouth, N.H.] : Printed [by Charles Peirce] for, and sold by the booksellers in Boston, Salem, Newburyport, Portsmouth, and by most of the country traders., [1799] [4], 12, [8] p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 The Balloon almanac, for the year of our Lord, 1794. : The second after leapyear. Lancaster [Pa.], : Printed by J. Bailey and W. Dickson, in Kingstreet., [1793] [40] p. : ill. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 Webster's calendar: or, The Albany, Montgomery, Washington, Columbia & state of Vermont almanack, for the year of our Lord 1791; : and of American independence (which was declared July fourth, 1776] part of the XVth & XVIth; being the third after bessextile [sic] or leap-year. Containing, the usual astronomical calculations, &c. together with a great variety of matters useful, curious & entertaining. Calculated for the meridian of Albany, lat. 42° 30' n. long. 73° 8' w.--from the equator 2975 miles. / By Eben W. Judd, philomath. [Albany, N.Y.] : Printed in the city of Albany, by Charles R. & George Webster, at their printing-office, No. 46, State-street, corner of Middle-lane; where printing in general is executed on the shortest notice and most reasonable terms., [1790] [24] p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 The Young gentleman and lady's mirror: : being a collection of letters, upon the following interesting subjects, viz. Love, courtship, marriage, morality, friendship, &c. &c. / Selected from the best authors. To which is added, the entertaining story of The faithful lover. Norwich [Conn.]: : Printed at the press of J. Trumbull, and sold at his book shop near the court-house,, 1798. 60 p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 An Astronomical diary, kalendar, or almanack for 1788. / By Isaac Bickerstaff. Hartford [Conn.]: : Sold by Nathaniel Patten, [1787] [24] p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 Bickerstaff's New-England almanack, for the year of our Lord, 1787. : Being the third year after bissextile, or leap-year; and eleventh of American independence. Calculated for the meridian of Boston, but will serve without any essential variation for the states of Connecticut, Rhode-Island, New-Hampshire, New-York, and Vermont. Containing, every thing necessary in such a work, with an addition of many matters curious, useful and entertaining. [Boston, Mass.] : Printed for Ebenezer Battelle and William Green, booksellers in Boston., [1786] [24] p. ; 18 cm (12mo)
 Bickerstaff's Boston almanack, for the year of our redemption, 1784: : being leap-year; and eighth of American independency. Fitted for the meridian of Boston, lat. 42' 25⁰ N. Boston [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by E. Russell, near Liberty-pole; and by Adams and Nourse, near Dr. Gardiner's, in Marlborough-street. Where may be had, cheap by wholesale or retail, George's almanack for 1784. Price 2 s. 6d. per doz. 7 coppers single., [1783] [24] p. : ill. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 Thomas's Massachusetts, New-Hampshire, and Connecticut almanack for the year of our Lord Christ 1779: : being the third after bissextile, or leap-year; and the third year of the independence of America, (which began July 4th, 1776) ... Containing every thing useful and necessary in an almanack. [Worcester, Mass.] : Massachusetts-Bay: Worcester, printed and sold by Isaiah Thomas., [1778] [24] p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 The Pennsylvania town and country-man's almanack, for the year of our Lord 1776, : Being bissextile, or leap-year. Containing the motions of the sun and moon; ... Fitted to the latitude of forty degrees, and a meridian of near five hours west from London; but may, without sensible error, serve all the northern colonies. / By John Tobler, Esq; Wilmington [Del.], : Printed and sold by James Adams., [1775] [40] p. ; 17 cm. (8vo)
 An astronomical diary: or, An almanack for the year of Christian aera, 1765. : And from the creation of the world 5714. Being the 1st year after bissextile or leap year. In the Vth year of the reign of K. George III. ... Fitted to the meridian of Boston, in New-England, lat. 42 deg. 25 min. north.--But may indifferently serve any part of New-England. / By Nathanael Low. Boston [Mass.]: : Printed by D. & J. Kneeland, for T. Leverett in Corn-hill. Price 18 s. per dozen, and 5 coppers single., [1764] [24] p. ; 17 cm. (12mo)
 [De Americaanse almanak, voor 't Jaar na Christi geboorte 1760 ...] [Nieuw York : James Parker & Comp., 1759] [24+] p. : ill., map ; 17 cm (8vo)
 A token of love, to my brethren scattered abroad; : in a short and brief representation of the distinction between the kingdom of Christ in his church, and this world, and worldly kingdom. / By Elder E. Bailey, Westmoreland. Putney [Vt.]: : Printed by Cornelius Sturtevant, for the author., 1799. 24 p. ; 20 cm (12mo)
 A plain and serious address to the master of a family, on the important subject of family religion. / By P. Doddridge, D.D. [Litchfield, Conn.] : Printed [by Thomas Collier] at Litchfield, from the eighth London edition., [1798?] 59, [1] p. ; 13 cm (16mo)
 A vision of hell, and a discovery of some of the consultations and devices there, in the year 1767. / By Theodorus Van Shemain. West-Springfield [Mass.], : Printed by E. Gray., 1798. 23, [1] p. : ill. ; 18 cm (12mo)
 The power of religion on the mind, in retirement, sickness, and at death; : exemplified in the testimonies and experience of men distinguished by their greatness, learning, or virtue. [New Brunswick, N.J.] : London, printed; New-Brunswick, N.J. re-printed by Abraham Blauvelt,, 1795. v, [2], 8-112 p. ; 14 cm (24mo)
 The Columbian reading book, or Historical preceptor: : a collection of authentic histories, anecdotes, characters, &c. &c. calculated to incite in young minds a love of virtue, from its intrinsic beauty, and a hatred of vice, from its disgusting deformity. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed for Mathew Carey., November 30th, 1799. (Copy secured according to law.) 120 p. : ill. ; 18 cm (12mo)
 Discourses relating to the evidences of revealed religion, : delivered in the church of the Universalists, at Philadelphia, 1796. And published at the request of many of the hearers. / By Joseph Priestley, LL.D. F.R.S. &c. &c. Philadelphia [Pa.], : Printed for T. Dobson, by John Thompson., 1796. Copy right secured according to law. xx, [2], 426 [i.e. 424], [8] p. ; 21 cm (8vo)
 The life and heroick actions of Frederick III. King of Prussia. : From his birth to the present times. Containing all the military transactions of Germany from the year 1740, and including all the operations of the campaign of 1757. Published for the entertainment and improvement of the British youth of both sexes. / By W.H. Dilworth, A.M. [Boston, Mass.] : London: Printed. Boston; New-England: re-printed and sold by Z. Fowle and S. Draper, in Marlborough-Street,, M,DCC,LX. [1760] [2], 125, [1] p. ; 16 cm (8vo)
 The American spelling book: : containing an easy standard of pronunciation. Being the first part of a Grammatical institute of the English language. In three parts. / By Noah Webster, Junr. Esquire. Hartford [Conn.]: : Printed by Hudson & Goodwin. (With the privilege of copy right.), [1800] viii, [1], 10-165, [1] p. : ill. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 The child's instructor: : consisting of easy lessons for children; on subjects which are familiar to them, in language adapted to their capacities. / By a teacher of little children in Philadelphia. Volume I. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by John M'Culloch, No. 1, North Third street., 1793. iv, [2], 7-108 p. ; 18 cm (12mo)
 Explanations and instructions concerning the act, entitled, "An act repealing, after the last day of June next, the duties heretofore laid upon distilled spirits imported from abroad, and laying others in their stead; and also upon spirits distilled within the United States; and for appropriating the same:" : passed in the third session of Congress, on the second of March 1791. [Boston, Mass.] : Printed by S. Hall, in Boston., [1791?] 23, [1] p. ; 21 cm (8vo)
 A father's legacy to his daughters. / By the late Dr. Gregory of Edinburgh. Under the following heads, introduction, religion, conduct, behaviour, amusements, friendship, love and marriage. Norwich [Conn.]: : Printed by John Trumbull., M,D,CC,XCII. [1792] 87, [1] p. ; 14 cm. (12mo)
 Strictures and observations upon the three executive departments of the government of the United States: : calculated to shew the necessity of some change therein, that the public may derive that able and impartial execution of the powers delegated, upon which alone their happiness at home, and their respectability abroad, must materially depend. / By Massachusettensis. [United States] : Printed in the United States of America,, M,DCC,XCII. [1792] 19, [1] p. ; 21 cm (8vo)
 A Description of the geographical clock: : which contains the names and situations of the most remarkable places in the world; and exhibits at one view the time of day or night at all those places round the globe: with a copious index; intended for the instruction and amusement of youth. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed for Joseph Scott, and sold by Francis Bailey, No. 116, High-street, and Peter Stewart, No. 34, South Second-street., M,DCC,XCII. [1792] 24 p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 Cinderilla; or The little glass slipper. Litchfield [Conn.]: : Printed by T. Collier., [ca. 1800] 29, [3] p. : ill. ; 88 mm
 The first catechism of the principles of religion: or, The catechism for a young child, : to be begun at three or four years old. To which is added, The second catechism of the principles of religion: or The catechism for children, which they may begin at seven or eight years old, according to their different capacities. / by I. Watts, D.D. Norwich [Conn.]: : Printed by J. Trumbull,, 1788. 31, [1] p. ; 17 cm (8vo)
 An address to the people of England. / By M. Rabaut de St. Estienne, late president of the National Assembly of France. [Boston, Mass.? : Printed by John Howel, and sold by Ebenezer Larkin, jun. No. 50 Cornhill?, 1791?] 8 p.; 23 cm (8vo)
 Prophetic conjectures on the French Revolution, : and other recent and shortly expected events: Extracted from Archbp. Brown, 1551 Rev. J. Knox, 1572 Dr. T. Goodwin, 1639 Rev. Chr. Love, 1651 Archbp. Usher, 1655 Dr. H. Moore, 1663 Rev. P. Jurieu, 1687 Rev. R. Fleming, 1701 Rev. J. Willison, 1742 Dr. Gill, 1748 and a remarkable anonymous pamphlet, 1747, with an introduction, remarks, and two appendixes. Northampton [Mass.] : Printed by William Butler., MDCCXCIV. [1794] 96 p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 Heaven upon earth: or, The best friend in the worst times. : Being some profitable directions how to get acquainted with God, as the only way to content here and happiness hereafter. / Written by that truly pious and faithful minister, the Rev. Mr. James Janeway. [Boston, Mass.] : Sold by Benjamin Mecom, at the new printing office, near the town-house, in Boston., [1761?] iv, 5-260 p. ; 19 cm (8vo)
 Valentine Nutter, bookseller and stationer, : binds and sells all kinds of merchants account books, and makes setts of books for merchants agreeable to their own plan at the shortest reasonable terms--No. 21, Water-Street, near the Coffee-House; where may be had a great variety of school books, divinity, history, physic, law, novels, &c. [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p. ; 7 x 9 cm
 The state of Vermont, in account-current with the Hon. Samuel Mattocks as treasurer. : From September 15th 1795, to September 15th 1796. [Rutland, Vt. : Printed by John S. Hutchins for S. Williams & Co., 1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 40 x 33 cm
 A grammatical institute, of the English language, : comprising an easy, concise, and systematic method of education, designed for the use of English schools in America. In three parts. Part I. Containing a new and accurate standard of pronunciation. / By Noah Webster, Jun. Esq. Boston [Mass.], : Printed by Peter Edes. With the privilege of copy-right., [1786?] 132+ p. ; 16 cm (12mo)
 The New-England primer enlarged: or, An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : Adorn'd with cuts. To which are added, The Assembly of Divines Catechism, &c. Boston [Mass.]: : Printed by E. Draper, for James White, at Franklin's Head, Court-Street,, 1799. [80] p. : ill. ; 11 cm (32mo)
 The importance of the divine presence with our host. : A sermon delivered in New-Haven, April 27th, 1759. to Col. David Wooster, and his company; at the request of the colonel. / By the Rev'd Samuel Bird, V.D.M. Pastor of a church of Christ in New-Haven. Published at the desire of many of the hearers. [New-Haven, Conn.] : Printed by James Parker, and Company: sold by John Hotchkiss, in New-Haven,, 1759. 24 p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 A renewal of the covenants, national and solemn league; a confession of sins, and engagement to duties; and a testimony: : as they were carried on at Middle Octarara in Pennsylvania, November 11. 1743. Together with an introductory preface. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n.], Re-printed in the year, MDCCXLVIII. [1748] [2], xxxviii, 39-66 p. ; 17 cm (8vo)
 Sacramental exercises, or, The Christian's employment, before, at, and after the Lord's Supper. / By Jabez Earle. To which is added, divine hymns, for sacramental occasions. Boston [Mass.]: : Re-printed for J. Phillips, at the Stationers Arms near the town-dock., 1729. [4], 92 p. ; 13 cm (12mo)
 The Secretary's guide, or, Young mans companion, : in four parts. Part I. Contains directions for spelling, reading and writing true English, with true pronunciation. Part II. Arithmetick made easie, and the rules thereof explained and made familiar to the capacity of those that desire to learn. Part III. The method of writing letters upon most subjects, as from one friend to another, as well as trade, traffick or other occasions. Part IV. Contains a choice collection of bills of parcels, bills, bonds letters of attorney, indentures, ... profitable both for old and young to learn and know. The whole adorned with variety of other matters, as will appear by the contents. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed and sold by Andrew Bradford in Philadelphia,, 1728. [10], 192 p. ; 16 cm (8vo)
 The psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs of the Old and New-Testament: : faithfully translated into English metre: for the use, edification, and comfort of the saints in publick and private, especially in New-England. Boston: N.E. : Printed by J. Draper, for T. Hancock, at the Bible & Three Crowns in Ann-Street., 1744. [2], 346p. ; 14 cm (12mo)
 Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, at the first session of the Sixth Congress; : in the twenty-fourth year of the independence of the United States. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by W. Ross, in Locust-Street, between Walnut and Spruce., [1800] 192+ p. ; 24 cm (8vo)
 The Psalms of David, imitated in the language of the New Testament, and applied to the Christian state and worship. / By I. Watts, D.D. Boston [Mass.]: : Printed by John W. Folsom, for No. 30, Union-Street., MDCCLXXXIX. [1789] 317, [11] p. ; 16 cm (12mo)
 [England's perfect school-master. Or, Directions for exact spelling, reading, and writing. : Shewing how to spell or read any chapter in the Bible by four and twenty words only. : With examples of most words, from one to six syllables, both in whole words, and also divided: with rules how to spell them. Also how to spell all such words which are alike in sound, yet differ in their sense and spelling. Together with the true meaning and use of all stops and points to be observed by all that would read and write well. ... Lastly, directions for writing of letters, acquittances, bills of exchange, bills of parcels, bills of debt, bonds, &c. How to state accompts aright. &c. / By Nathaniel Strong, school-master in London: at the Hand and Pen on Great-Tower-Hill, in Red-Cow-Alley.] [Boston, Mass. : Reprinted by Timothy Green, 1727?] 124 p. ; 15 cm (8vo)
 Dissertations on the prophecies, which have remarkably been fulfilled, and at this time are fulfilling in the world. / By Thomas Newton, D.D. late Lord Bishop of Bristol. In two volumes. Vol. I[-II]. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed by William Durell, for Evert Duyckinck, No. 110, Pearl-Street, corner of Old-Slip., M,DCC,XCIV. [1794] 2 v. ; 22 cm (8vo)
 The New-England primer, or, An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : Adorn'd with cutts. To which are added the Assembly of Divines' Catechism. Boston [Mass.]:-- : Printed and sold by J. White, near Charles-River Bridge., [1793?] [64] p. : ill., port. ; 11 cm (24mo)
 The New-England primer, or, An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : Adorn'd with cutts. To which is added the Assembly of Divines' Catechism. Boston [Mass.]:-- : Printed and sold by J. White, near Charles-River Bridge., [1793?] [64] p. : ill., port. ; 11 cm (24mo)
 The Complete fortune teller; or An infallible guide to the hidden decrees of fate. [United States : s.n., 179-?] vi, [1], 8-108 p. ; 14 cm (12mo)
 The elements of logic. : In four books. ... Designed particularly for young gentlemen at the university, and to prepare the way to the study of philosophy and the mathematics. / By William Duncan, professor of philosophy in Marishal College, Aberdeen. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : From the press of Mathew Carey, August 10,-- M,DCC,XCII. Sold by said Carey in Philadelphia, and by Thomas Allen in [New York.], [1792] 4, [1], vi-xii, [1], 14-239, [1] p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 [The Chorister's companion: or Church music revised. : Containing, besides the necessary rules of psalmody; a variety of plain and fuging psalm tunes: together with a collection of approved hymns and anthems. Many of which, never before printed.] [New Haven, Conn. : Printed by T. & S. Green for Simeon Jocelin and Amos Doolittle, 1782 or 1783] [2], 18, [2] p., 64 p. of plates : music ; 12 x 20 cm
 The Chorister's companion. Part third. : Containing a collection of approved hymns and anthems. In three and four parts. Some of which never before printed. New Haven [Conn.]; : Printed by T. and S. Green, for Simeon Jocelin and Amos Doolittle., [1782 or 1783?] 15, [1] p., 39, [1] p. of plates : music ; 12 x 20 cm
 William A. Bayley, Norfolk, Virginia, July 9th, 1783. [Norfolk, Va. : s.n., 1783] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 6 x 11 cm
 Spiritual songs: or, Songs of praise, : with Penitential cries to Almighty God, upon several occasions. Together with the Song of songs, which is Solomon's, first turn'd then paraphras'd in English verse. Boston [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by T. and J. Fleet, at the Heart & Crown in Cornhill,, 1774. [4], 124, [4] p. ; 16 cm (12mo)
 The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, / newly translated out of the original Greek; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Wilmington [Del.]: : Printed and sold by Peter Brynberg and Samuel Andrews, in Market-Street., [not after 1788] [308] p. ; 18 cm (12mo)
 A new version of the Psalms of David: : fitted to the tunes used in churches. / By N. Brady, D.D. Chaplain in Ordinary, and N. Tate, Esq; Poet-Laureat to His Majesty. Boston [Mass.], New-England: : Re-printed by D. and J. Kneeland, in Queen-Street, for T. Leverett, in Corn-hill, M.DCC.LXII. [1762] 276, 84p. ; 16 cm (12mo)
 The Washington remembrancer, or Georgetown and Alexandria songster's magazine. : A collection of the newest and most admired songs, now extant. Selected impartially. [Washington, D.C.?] : Printed for the purchasers,, 1800. [8], 136 p. ; 16 cm
 A sermon delivered at Nassau-Hall, January 14, 1761. : On the death of His late Majesty King George II. / By Samuel Davies, A.M. late president of the College of New-Jersey. Published by request. To which is prefixed, a brief account of the life, character, and death, of the author. By David Bostwick, A.M. Minister of the Presbyterian Congregation in New-York. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed by J. Parker and Company,, MDCCLXI. [1761] [4], viii, [1], 4-18 p. ; 23 cm (8vo)
 Verses composed by Nathaniel Robinson, when he was in Albany goal, in the year 1758. New-London [Conn]: : Printed [by Timothy Green] for and sold by George Wolcott., 1770. 24 p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 The writings, of Thomas Paine, secretary for foreign affairs to the Congress of the United States of America, in the late war. : Containing, 1. Common sense. 2. The crisis. 3. Public good. 4. Letter to Abbe Raynal. 5. Letter to the Earl of Shelburne. 6. Letter to Sir Guy Carlton. 7. Letter to the authors of the Republican. 8. Letter to Abbe Syeyes. 9. Rights of man. Albany--State of New-York: : Printed by Charles R. & George Webster., [1792] xii; 60, [2]; 186; 41, [4], vi-vii, [2], 10-70, [2], 24; 124 p. ; 21 cm (8vo)
 The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, / newly translated out of the original Greek, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Benjamin Johnson, for Rice & Co. No. 50, Market-Street., [1792] [282] p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, / newly translated out of the original Greek: and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Appointed to be read in churches. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third-Streets. MDCCLXXXII. [1782] [440] p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 A Short account of the convincement of Edward Andrews. [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., ca. 1784?] 4 p. ; 16 cm (8vo)
 The vicar of Wakefield: : a tale. / Supposed to be written by himself. Vol. I[-II] Dublin [i.e. Boston, Mass.]: : Printed [by Mein & Fleeming], in the year MDCCLXVII. [1767] 2 v. ; 16 cm (12mo)
 The larger catechism first agreed upon by the Assembly of Divines at Westminster. : And now appointed by the General Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland, to be a part of uniformity in religion between the Kirks of Christ in the three kingdoms. Boston [Mass.] : Re-printed and sold by S. Kneeland, over against the Prison in Queen-street, 1750. 64 p. ; 16 cm (12mo)
 The book of common prayer, and administration of the sacraments and other rites and ceremonies of the church, : according to the use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America: together with the Psalter, or Psalms of David. Charleston [S.C.]: : Printed for W.P. Young, 43, Broad-Street., 1799. [368], 60, [2] p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 The children of the abbey, a tale. In four volumes. / By Regina Maria Roche. Vol. I[-IV]. New York [N.Y.]: : Printed by M.L. & W.A. Davis, for H. Caritat, bookseller and librarian., 1798. 4 v. in 2 ; 17 cm (12mo)
 Edward. : Various veiws [sic] of human nature, taken from life and manners, cheifly [sic] in England, / By John Moore M.D. Author of Travels through France and Italy, Zeluco, &c. In two volumes. Vol. I. Mount-Pleasant: County of West-Chester [N.Y.], : Printed by W. Durell, for J Harrisson, C. Davis, W. Milns, A. Somerville, R. Macgill, Gaine & Teneyck, & T. Allen., 1798. 286 [i.e. 285], [1] p. ; 19 cm (12mo)
 Edward. : Various veiws [sic] of human nature, taken from life and manners, cheifly [sic] in England, / By John Moore M.D. Author of Travels through France and Italy, Zeluco, &c. In two volumes. Vol. I[-II]. Mount-Pleasant: County of West-Chester [N.Y.], : Printed by W. Durell, for Naptali Judah, bookseller & stationer, Water Street, New-York., 1798. 2 v. ; 18 cm (12mo)
 Domestic medicine: or, A treatise on the prevention and cure of diseases, by regimen and simple medicines: : with an appendix, containing a dispensatory for the use of private practitioners. / By William Buchan, M.D. fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh. Adapted to the climate and diseases of America, by Isaac Cathrall. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed for H. & P. Rice, No. 16, South Second-street, and No. 50, Market-street: and sold by James Rice, Baltimore., 1797. 512 p. ; 22 cm (8vo)
 The history of Tom Jones, a foundling. / By Henry Fielding, Esquire. Volume I[-III]. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed by J. Buel for B. Gomez, bookseller and stationer, No. 97 Maiden-Lane [between 1794 and 1800] 3 v. : plates ; 16 cm (12mo)
 The holy war, made by Shaddai upon Diabolus, for the regaining of the metropolis of the world; or, The losing and taking again of the town of Mansoul. / By John Bunyan, author of The pilgrim's progress. Portsmouth, New-Hampshire: : Printed and sold by John Melcher, at his office in Market-Street: also, for sale by Samuel Larkin, book-seller and stationer, at his shop in Market-Street,, 1794. 333, [3] p. ; 18 cm (12mo)
 Philadelphia harmony, or, A collection of psalm tunes, hymns, and anthems, / selected by A. Adgate: together with The rudiments of music, on a new and improved plan, by A. Adgate P.U.A. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed for and sold by Mathew Carey No. 118 Market Street., [1799] [1] leaf, 19, [1] p., 21-102 p. of plates : music ; 14 x 23 cm
 The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, / newly translated out of the original Greek; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Octoraro [Pa.]: : Printed by Francis Bailey, and to be sold at his bookstore, No. 116. Highstreet, Philadelphia., M.DCC.XCVIII. [1798] [300] p. ; 18 cm (12mo)
 Index to the Resolves from May 28, 1783, to March 25, 1784. [Boston, Mass. : Printed by Adams and Nourse, 1784] 12+ p. ; 36 cm (folio)
 Spicer's pocket companion. [Northampton, Mass.? : Printed by A. Wright?, 1800?] [2], 5-60, [2] p. : music ; 19 cm (8vo)
 The Constitution of the United States. [Hartford, Conn.? : s.n., 1788?] 8 p. ; 30 cm (folio)
 Ten dollars. : The above reward will be given to anyone who, within thirty days from this time, shall give certain information of the person or persons who lately set fire to that part of the Blue Ridge which was the property of the late George William Fairfax. It is not only the duty, but the interest of the tenants upon the said land, to assist in detecting those unprincipled men, who, regardless of every moral and sacred obligation, are continually wasting and destroying the timber, either by burning or cutting, as it is only by care and attention, in preserving the land and timber, that any of them can expect favours at a future day. Mr. Battaille Muse is directed to make strict enquiry, and to use every means of bringing to justice every offender, and a particular attention on his part is required. ... / Ferdinando Fairfax. Shannon-Hall, Berkeley County, [blank] 1793. Winchester [Va.]: : Printed by Richard Bowen., [1793] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 20 x 17 cm
 Extract from the laws and regulations of the New-York Chamber of Commerce. : October 3d, 1769. Resolved, that every member of this chamber, will pay and receive gold and silver coin, in future, at the following rates, ... The members of this corporation (at a meeting held the 7th of August, 1770,) to prevent the clipping of Half Joes, resolved, that they would, in future, pay and receive all Half Joes that weigh nine penny weight, at three pounds four shillings; ... [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 1770?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 7 cm
 Daniel BenÌ„evill. [Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa.? : Gedruckt bey Christoph Saur?, 1763?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 26 x 20 cm
 Acts and laws, made and passed by the General Court or Assembly of the state of Connecticut, holden at New-Haven, in said state, on the second Thursday of October anno Dom. 1788. Hartford [Conn.]: : Printed by Nathaniel Patten., [1788] 367-370 p. ; 31 cm (folio)
 The whole duty of woman: : comprised in the following sections: ... / By a lady. Written at the desire of a noble lord. [Greenfield, Mass.] : From the press of Thomas Dickman, Greenfield, Massachusetts., M,DCC,XCCVIII. [1798] vi, [1], 8-47, [1] p. ; 19 cm (12mo)
 Pennsylvania, ss. By the Proprietaries. : Whereas [blank] of the county of [blank] hath requested that we would grant [blank] to take up [blank] acres of land [blank] in the [blank] county of [blank] for which [blank] agrees to pay to our use [blank] fifteen pounds ten shillings current money of this province for [blank] hundred acres [blank] and the yearly quit-rent of one half-penny sterling for every acre thereof, [blank] These are therefore to authorize and require you to survey or cause to be surveyed unto the said [blank] at the place aforesaid, according to the method of townships appointed, the said quantity of [blank] acres if not already survey'd or appropriated, and to make return thereof into the Secretary's Office, in order for further confirmation; for which this shall be your sufficient warrant; which survey in case the said [blank] fulfil the above agreement within [blank] months from the date hereof, shall be valid, otherwise void. / Given under my hand and seal of the Land-Office, by virtue of certain powers from the said Proprietaries, at Philadelphia, this [blank] day of [blank] Anno Dom. 17[blank] To William Parsons, surveyor-general. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1744] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 19 x 32 cm
 Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of His Majesties province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New England: : begun and held at Boston, on Wednesday the twenty ninth of May, 1700. [Boston, Mass. : Printed by Bartholomew Green and John Allen?, 1702?] 177-192 p. ; 31 cm (folio)
 Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England: : begun and held at Boston, the twenty-ninth of May, 1700. And continued by several prorogations unto Wednesday the twelfth of February following, and then sat. [Boston, Mass. : Printed by Bartholomew Green and John Allen?, 1702?] 193-204 p. ; 31 cm (folio)
 Acts and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of His Majesties province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New England: : begun and held at Boston upon Wednesday the twenty-eighth of May, 1701. [Boston, Mass. : Printed by Bartholomew Green and John Allen?, 1702?] 205-223, [1] p. ; 31 cm (folio)
 The Holy Bible it self, in some of its editions hath been affronted, with scandalous errors of the press-work; : and in one of them, they so printed those words, Psal. 119. 161. Printers have persecuted me. The author of this church history ha's all the reason in the world then to be patient, tho' his work, be depraved with many errors of the press-work. The common excuse in such cases is, the distance of the author from the press; here there was the distance of a thousand leagues. Tho' the errata are mostly, but literals; and there are few, but what an intelligent, and charitable reader, would correct without any direction from the author; yet it was thought fit here, to offer a collection of them; (omitting the false-pointings, which are more numerous, and less important.) ... [Boston, Mass. : s.n., 1702] 2 leaves ; 30 cm (folio)
 Acts and laws, made and passed by the General Assembly of the state of Connecticut, holden at Hartford, in said state on the second Thursday of May, anno Dom. 1785. Hartford [Conn.]: : Printed by Barlow & Babcock, for the state., [1785] [1], 318-324 p. ; 30 cm (folio)
 The Gamut: or Scale of music. For the use of schools. Lansingburgh [N.Y.]: : Printed by Gardiner Tracy, in King's-Street, where printing, in general, is executed, with neatness and expedition, on moderate terms. Sold at said office, and at the bookstore of Lord and Sherman., [1799] [42] p. ; 10 x 19 cm
 Pennsylvania ss. By the Proprietaries. : Whereas [blank] of the county of [blank] hath requested that we would grant [blank] to take up [blank] acres of land [blank] in the [blank] county of [blank] for which [blank] agrees to pay to our use at the rate of fifteen pounds ten shillings, current money of this province, for one hundred acres, and the yearly quit-rent of one half-penny sterling for every acre thereof [blank] These are therefore to authorise and require you to survey or cause to be surveyed unto the said [blank] at the place aforesaid, according to the method of townships appointed, the said quantity of [blank] acres, if not already surveyed or appropriated, and make return thereof into the Secretary's Office, in order for further confirmation; for which this shall be your sufficient warrant: which survey, in case the said [blank] fulfil the above agreement within six months from the date hereof, shall be valid, otherwise void. / Given under my hand and seal of the Land-Office, by virtue of certain powers from the said Proprietaries at Philadelphia, this [blank] day of [blank] Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and [blank] To Nicholas Scull, surveyor general. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1752] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 22 x 36 cm
 Pennsylvania, ss. By the Proprietaries. : Whereas [blank] of the county of [blank] hath requested that we would allow [blank] to take up [blank] acres of land [blank] in the county of [blank] for which [blank] agrees to pay to our use within the term of six months from the date hereof at the rate of fifteen pounds ten shillings, current money of this province, for every hundred acres, and also to pay the yearly quit-rent of one half-penny sterling for every acre thereof, to us our heirs and assigns forever. These are therefore to authorise and require you, to survey or cause to be surveyed unto the said [blank] at the place aforesaid, according to the method of townships appointed, the said quantity of [blank] acres, if not already surveyed or appropriated, and make return thereof in the Secretary's Office, in order for confirmation; for which this shall be your sufficient warrant: which warrant and survey, in case the said [blank] fulfil the above agreement within six months from the date hereof, shall be valid, otherwise void. / Given under my hand and seal of the Land Office, by virtue of certain powers from the said Proprietaries at Philadelphia, this [blank] day of [blank] Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and [blank] To John Lukens, surveyor general. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1762] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 20 x 27 cm
 An historical, geographical, commercial, and philosophical view of the United States of America, : and of the European settlements in America and the West-Indies. / By W. Winterbotham. New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed by Tiebout and O'Brien, for Thomas Stephens, bookseller and stationer, Philadelphia., 1796. 4 v. ill., maps, ports. ; 22 cm (8vo)
 New-York mercantile atlas, : price twenty shillings, containing the following eight maps, 1. New-York state (improved) 2. New-Jersey, 3. Connecticut, 4. Vermont, 5. Rhode-Island, 6. Massachusetts, 7., New-Hampshire, 8. United States. Taken from the best surveys, and adapted for the use of merchants, and purchasers or owners of lands. [New York, N.Y.] : Printed by John Reid, New-York., [1796] [1] leaf, [5] folded leaves of plates : maps ; 40 cm
 [Metamorphosis]. [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., ca. 1792] 1 folded sheet ([9] p.) : ill. ; 15 cm
 Acts and laws, passed by the General Court or Assembly of Her Majesties colony of Connecticut in New-England. : Begun and held at Hartford upon Thursday the twelfth, of May, 1709. and continued by adjournment unto Fryday the twentieth, day of the same month. New-London [Conn.], in N.E. : Printed by Thomas Short, printer to His Honour the governour and Council,, 1709. [4] p. : ill. ; 28 cm (folio)
 Acts and laws, passed by the General Court or Assembly, of Her Majesties colony of Connecticut in New-England. [New London, Conn. : Printed by Thomas Short, 1709] 119-142 p. : ill. ; 28 cm (folio)
 Ein Bittend Lied, an den Schöpfer. : In eigener Melodi. [Pennsylvania? : s.n., ca. 1775?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 23 x 18 cm
 An oration on the death of Gen. Montgomery. : What is this I behold! On each brow sits pale consternation; silent grief appears in every face. My anxious soul hastily inquires the cause. Say, ye who are ever solicitous for your country's welfare, why this dejection? ... [New Jersey : s.n., 1776] 1 sheet (111-112 p.) ; 25 x 20 cm
 In Assembly, December 12, 1776. : Whereas there is a necessity of calling upon the Associators of Pennsylvania, at this inclement season, to assist in defending their country, threatened with instant invasion: Resolved, that over and above all encouragement heretofore offered, the following bounties be given to all volunteers ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1776] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 20 cm
 In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, November 14th 1776, 12 o'clock, Thursday. : Sir, we have certain intelligence that the enemy has actually sailed from New York five hundred ships for this city, and that great numbers had got out of the Hook on 12 o'clock yesterday and were steering towards our capes: as you value the safety of your country, and all that is dear and valuable to men, we most earnestly solicit your immediate assistance, and that you will march all your battalion to this city without the least delay. As nothing but the most hasty marching of the militia will enable us to make a stand, it is hoped that your battalion will manifest their usual spirit, and come forth on this trying occasion with the alacrity that will do them honour. If you can collect any shovels, spades, grubbing hoes and pitching axes, beg you will bring them forward and the people shall be paid for them a full price. / By order of council, Thomas Wharton, Jun. president. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1776] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 22 cm
 In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, December 8, 1776. : Sir, there is certain intelligence of General Howe's army being yesterday on its march from Brunswick to Princetown, which puts it beyond a doubt that he intends for this city. ... We entreat you to march the militia under your command with all possible expedition to this city, and bring with you as many waggons as you can possibly procure, ... / By order of the Council, David Rittenhouse, vice-president. To the colonels or commanding officers of the respective battalions of this state. Two o'clock, p.m. The enemy are at Trenton, and all the city militia are marched to meet them. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by John Dunlap, 1776] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 28 x 19 cm
 Postscript to the mail.---Philadelphia, Aug. 23, 1791. : We take the earliest opportunity of laying before the public, the following very important intelligence, received by the July packet, arrived at New-York, from Falmouth. ... Escape of the Royal Family of France, from Paris; and, their re-capture at Varennes, a town sixty miles from Metz in Lorraine. ... [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by D.C. Claypoole, No. 2, South Third-Street., [1791] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 26 cm
 Aux habitants de la province du Canada. : Amis et compatriotes; Notre précédente adresse vous a démontré nos droits, ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1776] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 30 x 19 cm
 To the Associators of Pennsylvania. : Gentlemen, Congress have received intelligence that a fleet of the enemy, consisting of several hundred sail, were yesterday discovered near Sandy-Hook, steering to the southward. It is highly probable that their destination is for Delaware and the city of Philadelphia. ... General Washington, at the head of a considerable part of his army, is advancing southward; but, notwithstanding all the dispatch he can possible make, the enemy may arrive before him. ... Congress will do everything in their power to strengthen you. ... / Benjamin Harrison. James Wilson. Edward Rutledge. Francis Lightfoot Lee. War-Office, November 14th, 1776. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by John Dunlap., [1776] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 20 cm
 By His Excellency Sir William Howe, K.B. general and commander in chief &c. &c. Proclamation. : Whereas by my proclamation bearing date the fourth day of this instant, "All masters of merchant ships were ordered and commanded immediately on their arrival, to make entry of the vessels, and deliver proper manifests of their cargoes, on oath, at the superintendent's office," ... [Philadelphia, Pa : Printed by James Humphreys, Junr., 1777] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Philadelphia, June [blank] 1777. Sir, you being drawn in the [blank] class of Captain [blank] company, and Colonel Bradford's battalion; : you, or your substitute, are hereby desired to parade at your captain's quarters at drum beat [blank] at [blank] o'clock, with your arms and accoutrements, agreeable to the militia law of this state; therefore fail not. / William Henry, Lieutenant, C.P. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1777] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 6 x 12 cm
 In Congress, May 14, 1777. : Resolved, I. That the quarter-master general of the army be authorised and empowered to appoint one commissary general of forage for the Army, and one for each of the military departments thereof, ... Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Hall and Sellers., [1778] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Anno millesimo septingentesimo octuagesimo primo. At a General Assembly begun at Dover, in the Delaware state, the twentieth day of October, anno Domini 1780, and continued by adjournments till the twenty-eighth day of May 1781, the following act was passed; that is to say, An additional supplementary act to the act, intitled, "An act for establishing a militia within this state." [Wilmington, Del. : Printed by James Adams, 1781] 45-49, [1] p. ; 31 cm (folio)
 Philadelphia, 12th month, 6th, 1781. : On the 26th ultimo a committee of six Friends, by appointment waited on the president of the Executive Council, and the speaker of the General Assembly with copies of the following representation, to request the favour of them to lay the same before each of the public bodies at which they respectively presided, which they obligingly undertook, and it is now printed for the use of the members of our own society, and the information of others who are unacquainted with our religious principles. To the president and Executive Council, the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, and others whom it may concern; The following representation on behalf of the people called Quakers, sheweth, that the outrages and violences committed on the property, and on divers of the persons of the inhabitants of Philadelphia, of our religious society, by companies of licentious people parading the streets, destroying the windows and doors of our houses, breaking into and plundering some of them, on the evening of the 24th of last month, increase the occasion of our present address to you ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1781] 3, [1] p. ; 30 cm (folio)
 The epistle from the Yearly-Meeting in London, held by adjournments, from the 15th of the fifth month 1780, to the 20th of the same, inclusive. : To the quarterly and monthly meetings of Friends in Great-Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1780] 4 p ; 34 cm (folio)
 Just published and now selling at Bell's Book-Store. Observations on the commerce of the American States with Europe and the West Indies; : including the several articles of import and export. Also, An essay on canon and feudal law. By John Adams, Esquire; ... Price half a dollar. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Robert Bell, in Third-Street., M,DCC,LXXXIII. [1783] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 20 x 12 cm
 At a General Assembly of the Governor and Company of the state of Connecticut, holden at Hartford (by special order of his Excellency the Governor) on the eighth day of January, A.D. 1783. An act for the encouragement of literature and genius. [New London, Conn. : Printed by Timothy Green, 1783] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 22 cm
 Mathematical & optical instruments, / made and sold by Benjamin Condy and Son, in Front-street, near Chesnut-street, Philadelphia, viz. Hadley's quadrants in solver, brass, ivory, and wood. Surveying instruments, ... Telescopes of all sorts and sizes neatly mounted for the pocket, ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1784] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 21 cm
 To the Honorable the Representatives of the freemen of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in General Assembly met. : The petition of the subscribers, inhabitants of the city of Philadelphia, and its environs, respectfully sheweth, that the necessity of enlarging the public markets of the city, is so evident as to admit of no doubt, ... Your petitioners therefore pray, that his House will be pleased to enact a law, authorising certain person to erect a market in Dock-street, and ordaining good and wholesome rules and regulations for the government thereof. And your petitioners, &c. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1784?] [4] p. ; 33 cm (folio)
 Know all men by these presents, that we [blank] are held and firmly bound unto Joseph Cowperthwait, Esquire, High Sheriff of the City and County of Philadelphia, : in the just and full sum of [blank] pounds, lawful money of Pennsylvania, to be paid to the said Joseph Cowperthwait, his certain attorney, executors, administrators or assigns: to the which payment, well and truly to be made and done, we do bind ourselves, and each of us, our and each of our heirs, executors, and administrators, and every of them, firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals. Dated this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-five. The condition of this obligation is such, that whereas in and by a certain writ of attachment issuing out of the County Court of Common Pleas, tested at Philadelphia, the [blank] day of [blank] last past, commanding the said sheriff that he should attach [blank] by all [blank] goods and chattels, lands and tenements, in whose hand or possession soever the same might be found in his bailiwick, &c. to answer the above bounden; ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1785] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm
 By the United States in Congress assembled, September 27, 1785. : The report of the grand committee being amended to read as follows: Resolved, that for the services of the present year, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-five, for the payment of one year's interest on foreign and domestic debt, and as a provision to discharge the balance of the estimate of April twenty-seventh, ... it will be necessary that three millions of dollars, in addition to 649,880 dollars, hereafter provided for, be paid into the common treasury, on or before the first day of May next, to be appropriated to the following purposes. ... [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 1785] [4] p. ; 34 cm.
 Da gewisse Personen in Germantaun in der Stadt und Caunty Philadelphia vor etlichen Jahren durch Unterschreibung eine Summe Geldes ... [Germantown, Pa. : Leibert und Billmeyer, 1786] [4] p. ; 34 cm (folio)
 An account of the births and burials in the United Churches of Christ Church and St. Peter's, in Philadelphia, from Decem. 25, 1787, to Decem. 25, 1788. / By Matthew Whitehead, clerk, and Joseph Dolby, sexton. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1788] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 26 x 15 cm
 Constitution of the Philadelphia County Society for the Promotion of Agriculture and Domestic Manufactures. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1788] 4 p. ; 22 cm (4to)
 Extract of a letter from his Excellency General Washington to the printer of the American museum. : Mount Vernon, June 25, 1788. Sir, I believe the American museum has met with extensive, I may say, with universal approbation from competent judges: ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Mathew Carey, 1788] [1], ii, [1] p. ; 22 cm (8vo)
 Aufs Christ-Fest 1789. [Reading, Pa.? : Gedruckt bey Johnson, Barton & Jungmann?, 1789] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 19 cm
 Just published, and to be sold by the printer hereof, (price one eight of a dollar) A sermon, preached at the funeral of the Reverend George Duffield, D.D. : late pastor of the Third Presbyterian Congregation in the city of Philadelphia; who died February 2d, 1790. By Ashbel Green, A.M. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Daniel Humphreys, Front-street, near the drawbridge., [1790] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 21 x 12 cm
 Philadelphia, 31st December, 1791. Sales of stock last evening. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1791] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 20 cm
 Dialogue. The farmer and citizen. : Farmer. So then, neighbour of the city, the state of Pennsylvania is to have but one voice in the senate of the United States. Citizen. Small concern, honest countryman. We have indeed but one senator, but he alone unimbarrassed by any companion, is equal to many. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1792?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 20 cm
 A Confession of the Christian faith, : which was made at Constantinople, in the year 1585, by one, who being complained of as a great heretic, gave this answer and reason of his faith, to some Latin and Greek Christians; as also to several Jews and Turks that were present. [New York, N.Y.] : London: printed in the year 1711----New-York: re-printed in the year, 1793. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 26 x 18 cm
 Für die evangelische Jugend, auf das Weinachtsfest, 1793. [Lancaster, Pa.? : Gedruckt bey Johann Albrecht und Comp.?, 1793] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 25 x 20 cm
 Directions. : As soon as you are affected, (whether by night or day) with a pain in the head, or back, sickness at stomach, chills or fever; more especially if those symptoms be accompanied by a redness, or faint yellowness in the eyes, take one of the powders in a little sugar and water, every six hours, ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1793] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 20 x 12 cm
 Forty dollars reward. : Ran away, from the subscriber, living in Warwick township, in the county of Lancaster and state of Pennsylvania, on Monday the 14th day of January last, a born Swister servant man. He arrived in this country in fall 1792, named Jacob Haug, speaks the Swiss dialect so as to be scarcely understood. ... / John Weidman. Frederick-Town [Md.]: : Printed by Matthias Bartgis, at his English and German Printing-Office., [1793] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 22 cm
 Law books---latest editions. : George Davis respectfully acquaints the gentlemen of the law and their students, throughout the United States, that the following books, just imported by him from Dublin, are now opened, and ready for sale at the very lowest advance. If gentlemen, residing at a distance, find it convenient to address their orders to him in writing, they shall be immediately attended to. No. 313, High-street, Philadelphia, June 5, 1794. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 22 cm
 Meeting for Sufferings, 20th, 3d. mo. 1794. : The greatest part of the number imported of the fourth vol. of John Gough's history remaining on hand unapplied for by the subscribers, which having been the occasion of delay of remittance to pay for them, monthly meetings throughout the quarters are desired to appoint committees to receive and pay for such as have been subscribed for within their respective limits; the clerk being desired to get printed 200 copies of this minute to be distributed among such Friends as may have opportunity of handing them to the monthly meetings. / Extract from the minutes, John Drinker, clerk. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 17 cm
 From our Yearly Meeting held by adjournments, in London, from the 19th to the 28th of the fifth month, 1794, inclusive, : to the Yearly Meeting in Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1794] 1 sheet (2 p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Geburts-Register, : Jacob Bollinger ist zur Welt geboren im Jahr Christi, 1776. den 25ten April.... Magdalena (geborne) Nees, unsere Mutter, ist gestorben den 2ten February 1794.... [Ephrata, Pa.? : Salomon Mayer?, 1794?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the first session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the second of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three. : An act limiting the time for presenting claims for destroyed certificates of certain descriptions. ... / Approved--April the twenty first 1794. Go: Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: At the first session, begun and held at the city of Pailadelphia [sic], in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the second of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three. : An act making provision for the payment of the interest on the balances due to certain states, upon a final settlement of the accounts between the United States and the individual states. ... / Approved--May the thirty first 1794. Go: Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: At the first session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the second of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three. : An act to authorize the President of the United States to lay, regulate and revoke embargoes. ... An act to authorize the settlement of the account of Lewis Dubois, for his services in the late army of the United States. ... / Approved--June the fourth 1794. Go: Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the first session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the second of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three. : An act providing for the payment of certain expenses incurred by Fulwar Skipwith, on public account. ... An act for the relief of Reuben Smith and Nathan Strong. ... / Approved--May the nineteenth 1794. Go: Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the first session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the second of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three. : Resolved ... that during the continuance of the present embargo, no registered vessel, having on board goods, wares or merchandize, shall be allowed to depart from one port of the United States to any other port within the same, unless the master, owner, consignee or factor shall first give bond with one or more sureties, to the collector of the district ... / Approved--April the second 1794. Go: Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the first session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the second of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three. : Resolved ... that the president of the United States be authorized to direct clearances to be granted to any ship or vessels belonging to citizens of the United States, which are now loaded, bound from any port in the United States, for any port beyond the Cape of Good Hope; ... / Approved--May the seventh 1794. Go: Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 20 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the first session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday the second of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three. : An act authorizing a settlement of certain expenses of the commissioners of loans. ... An act allowing an additional compensation to the principal clerks in the Department of State, and the Treasury and War Departments for the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. ... / Approved--June the seventh 1794. Go: Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: At the first session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the second of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three. : An act concerning invalids. ... An act for the relief of Nicholas Rieb. ... / Approved--June the seventh 1794. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the first session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the second of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three. : An act for the relief of Stephen Paranque. ... / Approved--April the second 1794. Go: Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the first session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the second of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three. : An act in addition to the "Act for making further and more effectual provision for the protection of the frontiers of the United States. ... An act for the remission of the duties on certain distilled spirits destroyed by fire. ... / Approved--June the seventh 1794. Go: Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: At the first session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the second of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three. : An act to extend the term of credit for teas imported in the ship Argonaut; and to permit the export of goods saved out of the wreck of the snow Freelove. ... An act for the relief of John Robbe. ... / Approved--June the fourth 1794. Go: Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the first session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the second of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three. : Resolved ... that the secretary for the Department of War, be, and he is hereby directed to make out an exact list, of the names of each person, returned to him, as invalid pensioners, by the judges of the circuit courts ... Resolved ... that is shall be the duty of the respective clerks of the several district courts in the United States, to return true copies of the tables of fees payable in the supreme or superior courts ... / Approved--June the ninth 1794. Go Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 20 cm
 Third Congress of the United States: at the first session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the second of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three. : Resolved ... that during the continuance of the present embargo, no registered vessel, having on board goods, wares or merchandize, shall be allowed to depart from one port of the United States to any other port within the same, unless the master, owner, consignee or factor shall first give bond with one or more sureties, to the collector of the district ... / Approved--April the second 1794. Go: Washington, president of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 A receipt to cure the bite of a mad dog, / from Dr. John Crous, of the state of New-York. [New York, N.Y.? : s.n., ca. 1795] 1 sheet ([1] page) ; 12 x 17 cm
 The Minister of the French Republic requests the favor of [blank] company to [blank] on [blank] the [blank] at [blank] o'clock. An answer is requested. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Benj. Franklin Bache., [1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 8 x 13 cm
 The following vindication of the character of George Fox, from the account given of him in the Encyclopaedia, Vol. XV., page 734, was drawn up by the society called Quakers, and is now printed by their particular desire. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1796] 4 p. ; 27 cm (4to)
 Meeting for Sufferings, 17th of the eleventh month 1797. : A considerable number of the History of Friends by John Gough, which have been subscribed for by members of different monthly meetings, particularly of the IV. Vol. remaining in the hands of our treasurer Henry Drinker unapplied for by the subscribers; said monthly meetings respectively are desired to take care without further delay, that said books be called for, and payment for them made. Ellis Yarnall & Caleb Carmalt being appointed to get printed a sufficient number of copies of this minute, and distribute them among the monthly and preparative meetings. / Extract from the minutes John Drinker clk. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 17 cm
 The committee appointed to prepare an account of the monies received from the Legislature of Pennsylvania, : towards erecting additional buildings to the Pennsylvania Hospital, and finishing the same, and of the expenditures for the said buildings, report, that , there has been received of the ten thousand pounds granted from the Loan Office Fund of 1773, ... Philadelphia 1st month 30, 1797. / Thomas Morris, Samuel Clark, Elliston Perot. Transcribed from the minutes, by order of a board of managers to be delivered to the committee appointed to visit the House for the information of the members of the Legislature of Pennsylvania. Samuel Coates, secretary. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n, 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 35 x 21 cm
 Eine Acte wiederrufende zum Theil "die Acte betreffend die Abgaben von geistigen Getränken die innerhalb denen Vereinigten Staaten gebrannt werden," : passirt den 8ten May, ein tausend sieben hundert und zwey und neunzig, und wodurch gewisse Abgaben von dem Inhalt derer Brennkessel von einer besondern Beschreibung, auferlegt werden. [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 20 cm
 [Answers of the Commissioners of the Property to the charges laid against them by the Hon. William Keith.] [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Andrew Bradford?, 1722] [4] p. ; 32 cm (folio)
 Know all men by these presents, that I [blank] am held and firmly bound unto Samuel Carpenter, Jeremiah Langhorne, William Fishbourn, and Philip Taylor, : trustees of the General Loan-Office of the province of Pennsylvania, in the sum of [blank] lawful money of the said province, to be paid unto the said trustees for their successors; to which payment well and truly to be made, I do bind myself, my heirs, executors, and administrators firmly by these presents. Sealed with my deal, dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and [blank] ... Sealed and delivered in the presence of us [blank] [Philadelphia : Benjamin Franklin, 1729] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm
 To Andrew Hamilton gent. or any other attorney of the Court of Common-Pleas for the county of [blank] : and more especially to Thomas Biles of the county of Bucks, gent. Joseph Parker of the county of Chester, gent. Joshua Lawrence of the city of Philadelphia, gent. and Samuel Blunston of the county of Lancaster, gent. jointly and severally. Whereas I [blank] by a certain obligation ... do stand bound unto Samuel Carpenter, Jeremiah Langhorne, William Fishbourn, and Philip Taylor, trustees of the General Loan-Office of the province of Pennsylvania, in the sum of [blank] conditioned for the payment of [blank] with interest for the same, ... These are to desire and authorize you the persons above-named, ... to appear for me ... in the Court of common-Pleas to be held for the said county of [blank] next after default made in payment of any part of the said mortgage-money ... In witness whereof I the said [blank] have set my hand and seal hereunto, dated the [blank] day of [blank] anno Dom. one thousand seven hundred and [blank] Sealed and delivered in the presence of us [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : Benjamin Franklin, 1729] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 17 cm
 Phladelphia [sic] ... Advertisement ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., between 1750 and 1752] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 18 x 14 cm
 Fifth Congress of the United States: at the first session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the fifteenth of May, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-seven. : An act to revive and continue in force, for a limited time, an act, intituled "An act authorizing the transfer of stock standing to the credit of certain states." ... / Approved--July 6, 1797. John Adams, president of the United States. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by William Ross, 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 21 x 18 cm
 For the Gazette of the United States. : New verses--to an old tune. [Philadelphia, Pa. : John Fenno, 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 35 x 15 cm
 Jefferson-County ss. Territory of the United States North-West of the River Ohio. The United States to the sheriff of our said county of Jefferson, Greeting: : We command you to take into your custody the bod[blank] of [blank] if [blank] may be found in your bailiwick, and [blank] safely keep, so that you have [blank] bod[blank] before our justices of our Court of Common Pleas, at the next term to be held at Steubenville, within and for our said county of Jefferson, on the second Tuesday of [blank], then and there in our said court to answer unto [blank] to the damage of the said [blank] in the sum of [blank] which shall then and there be made to appear with other damages: and of this writ make due return. Witness [blank] Esq. first justice of our said court at Steubenville, the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety [blank] / [blank] prothonotary. [Ohio : s.n., not after 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 21 cm
 To the Senate and House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in General Assembly met-- : the representation and petition of the subscribers, members of a Society for the Suppression of Vice and Immorality, and also of other citizens of Philadelphia and its vicinity-- [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 35 x 22 cm
 [blank] Second period, 9th December, 1799. : 1 John Stille, 2 Thomas M. Willing, ... 48 Peter Smith. / To be struck at the office of the Prothonotary of the Supreme Court, on Thursday the 14th November, inst. at 12 o'clock. November 8th, 1799. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by John Dunlap, 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 [blank] County, ss. To any constable. : Whereas complaint hath been made before the subscriber, one of the justices of the peace, in and for the county aforesaid, upon the oath of [blank] of said county, that [blank] did on the [blank] day of [blank] in the county aforesaid:-- These are, therefore, in the name and by the authority of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to command you forthwith to apprehend the said [blank] and bring [blank] before me, to answer unto the said complaint, and to be further dealt with as the law directs. Given under my hand and seal, this [blank] day of [blank] 179[blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 21 cm
 State of Vermont, in General Assembly, Windsor, November 5, 1799. : Resolved, that the senators and representatives of this state, in the Congress of the United States, ... use their best endeavours, that Congress propose ... the following amendment to the Constitution of the United States, to wit. ... In Council, November 5, 1799. Read and concurred unanimously. / Attest. Richard Whitney, secretary. A true copy examined. Attest. Ro. Hopkins, secretary of state. [Windsor, Vt.? : Printed by Alden Spooner?, 1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 20 cm
 21st March, 1800, read the first and second time, and ordered to be committed to a committee of the whole House next Monday week. : A bill to authorize the president of the United States, to accept for the United States, a cession of jurisdiction of the territory west of Pennsylvania, commonly called the Western Reserve of Connecticut. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1800] 3, 1 p. ; 34 cm (folio)
 Supplement to the Philadelphia Steeple Lottery, 1753. Numb. [blank] : This ticket entitles the bearer to such prize as may be drawn against its number (if demanded within six months after the drawing is finished) subject to a deduction of fifteen per cent. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Benjamin Franklin, 1753] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 36 x 86 mm
 Directions for the use of the medicines. : A fever. The symptoms are a pain in the head and back, great thirst, with a foul white tongue, ... [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., 1760?] 4 p. ; 35 cm (folio)
 Pennsylvania ss. I [blank] prothonotary of the Supream Court of the province of Pennsylvania, do hereby certify, : that at a Supream Court held at Philadelphia, for the province of Pennsylvania, before [blank] Esquires, judges of the said court, the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and [blank] between the hours of nine and twelve of the clock in the forenoon of the same day, [blank] of [blank] in the county of [blank] being a foreigner, and having inhabited and resided for the space of seven years in his Majesty's colonies in America, ... And being one of the people who conscientiously scruple and refuse the taking an oath, did take and subscribe the affirmations and declarations, ... and thereupon was admitted to be his Majesty's natural born subject of the Kingdom of Great Britain, and of this province, ... In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand, and affixed the seal of the Supream Court, the [blank] day of [blank] in the year first above-mentioned. [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1765] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm
 By His Excellency William Franklin, Esq. captain-general and governor in chief in and over His Majesty's province of New-Jersey, and territories thereon depending in America, to any protestant minister, or justice of the peace. : Whereas there is a mutual purpose of marriage between [blank] of the one party, and [blank] of the other party, of which they have desired my license, and have given bond, upon condition, that neither of them have any lawful let or impediment, pre-contract, affinity or consanguinity, to hinder their being joined in the holy bands of matrimony. These are therefore to authorize and impower you to join the said [blank] in the holy bands of matrimony, and them to pronounce man and wife. Given under my hand and the praerogative seal, at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] in [blank] year of the reign of our sovereign lord George the Third, by the grace of God of Great-Britain, France and Ireland, King, defender of the faith, &c. Annoque Domini one thousand seven hundred and [blank] Entered in the registry of the Praerogative Office. [Burlington, N.J.? : s.n., between 1763 and 1776] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 20 x 33 cm
 A Dialogue between a noble lord, and a poor woodman. [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., ca. 1770?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 25 x 19 cm
 Know all men by these presents, that [blank] : held and firmly bound unto [blank] in the sum of [blank] lawful money of [blank] to be paid to the said [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators, or assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made [blank] heirs, executors and administrators, [blank] firmly by these presents. Sealed with [blank] seal dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and [blank] and in the [blank] year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third, by the grace of God, King of Great-Britain, &c. The condition of this obligation is such, that if the above-bounded [blank] heirs, executors, administrators, or any of them, shall and do well and truly pay, or cause to be paid unto the above-named [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators or assigns, the just and full sum of [blank] lawful money, as aforesaid, on the [blank] without any fraud or further delay, then the above obligation to be void, or else to be and remain in full force and virtue. [blank] Sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by William Goddard, in Market-Street., [not after 1770] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21cm
 The alarm, number IV. : The pernicious effects of the intended importation of the East-India Company's teas, in a commercial view, were in general pointed out to you in my last number. It shall now be the amusement of an hour to answer objections, and to unfold to you more particularly, some of the numerous evils that unavoidably await you, if they succeed in that project. ... [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 1773] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 32 x 19 cm
 City of New-York, ss. Be it remembered, that [blank] who hath resided within the limits and jurisdiction of the United States for the term of two years, : and within this state of New-York for the term of one year at least, appeared in the court of common pleas, called the Mayor's Court; and which is a common law court of record, held in and for the city of New-York, in the state of New-York, on [blank] in the year one thousand seven hundred and [blank] and having made proof to the satisfaction of the said court, that he is a person of good character, and having in the said court taken the [blank] prescribed by law, to support the Constitution of the United States, the said [blank] was thereupon, pursuant to the law of the United States in such case made and provided, admitted by the said court to be, and he is accordingly to be considered a citizen of the United States. Given under the seal of the said court, the day and year above-written. Per curiam. [blank] [New York, N.Y. : s.n., not after 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm
 Know all men by these presents, that [blank] held and firmly bound unto [blank] in the sum of [blank] current money of the province of [blank] : to be paid to the said [blank] or to [blank] certain attorney, executors, and administrators or assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made, [blank] bind [blank] heirs, executors, and administrators, [blank] firmly by these presents. Seal'd with [blank] seal: dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and [blank] and in the [blank] year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third, by the grace of God, King of Great-Britain, France, and Ireland, &c. The condition of this obligation is such, that if the above-bounden [blank] heirs, executors, administrators, or any of them, shall and do well and truly pay, or cause to be paid, unto the above-mentioned [blank] or to [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators, or assigns, the just and full sum of [blank] current money aforesaid, on or before the [blank] day of [blank] without any fraud or other delay; then this obligation to be void, or else to remain in full force and virtue. Sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] New-York [N.Y.],-- : Printed by H. Gaine., [not after 1774] [4] p. ; 34 cm (folio)
 Shipped by the grace of God, in good order and well conditioned by [blank] : in and upon the good ship, called the [blank] whereof is master, under God, for this present voyage, [blank] and now riding at anchor, [blank] and by God's grace bound for [blank] to say, [blank] being marked and numbered as in the margin, and are to be delivered in the like good order, and well conditioned, at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or to h[blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said goods [blank] with primage and average accustomed. In witness whereof, the master or purser of the said ship, hath affirmed to [blank] bills of lading, all of this tenour and date; the one of which [blank] bills being accomplished, the other [blank] to stand void. And so God send the good ship to her desired port in safety. Amen. Dated in [blank] [United States : s.n., not after 1766] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 13 x 26 cm
 The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, / newly translated out of the original Greek; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Lancaster [Pa.], : Printed and sold by Jacob Bailey, in Kingstreet,, M,DCC,XCI. [1791] [300] p. ; 18 cm (12mo)
 Know all men that I [blank] of [blank] in the county of [blank] constitute [blank] of [blank] in the county of [blank] my attorney in all causes, real, personal, or mixt, : moved and to be moved for me or against me, in my name to appear, plead and pursue to final judgment and execution (cum facultate substituendi) As witness my hand and seal this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 17[blank] and in the [blank] year of His Majesty's reign. Test. [blank] ss. [blank] 17[blank] The above named [blank] personally appeared and acknowledged this instrument to be his act and deed, [blank] Before me, [blank] just. pacis. [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., 17--] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 16 x 19 cm
 No. [blank] Philadelphia, [blank] 179[blank] Cashier of the Bank of the United States, pay to [blank] or bearer, [blank] dollars [blank] cents. [blank] dollars. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., between 1791 and 1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 7 x 16 cm
 Eddy Philadelphia [blank] 17[blank] Exchange for £[blank] sterling [blank] days after sight pay this [blank] bill of exchange [blank] of the same tenor & date not paid. Pay to [blank] or order [blank] value received as advised by [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1785] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 24 cm
 Sermons, / by Hugh Blair, D.D. One of the ministers of the high church, and professor of rhetoric and belles lettres in the University, of Edinburgh. Volume III. Boston [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by William Spotswood., 1795. [2], iv, 334 [i.e. 234], [2] p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 Lectures upon agriculture. : Lecture I. Section 1. The natural history of vegetables. ... Lecture II. Section 1. Of the constituent part of vegetables by analysis. ... Lecture III. Section 1. Of earth and how it promotes vegetation. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1788?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 36 x 23 cm
 Know all men by these presents, that I [blank] do owe, stand justly indebted and firmly bound unto [blank] in the paenal sum of [blank] currant lawfull money of Pennsilvania, : to be paid to the said [blank] or his certain attorney, their heirs, executors, administrators or assigns. In and to the which payment well and truly to be made and done, I bind and oblige me, my heirs, executors and administrators firmly by these presents. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this [blank] day of [blank] anno 16[blank] The condition of this obligation is such, that if the above bounden [blank] or his certain attorney, their heirs, executors or administrators do well and truly pay or cause to be paid to the said [blank] his certain attorney, theirs heirs, executors or administrators or assigns the full and just sum of [blank] lawfull money aforesaid, and that in [blank] at or before the [blank] day of [blank] next ensuing the date hereof, without fraud, coven or further delay, that then and in that case the abovesaid obligation shall be void, else it shall remain in full force and virtue. [blank] Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of us, [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by William Bradford, between 1686 and 1691] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 x 20 cm
 Shipped in good order and well conditioned, by [blank] : in and upon the good [blank] called the [blank] whereof is master for this present voyage [blank] and now riding at anchor in the [blank] and bound for [blank] To say [blank] Being marked and numbered as in the margent, and are to be delivered in the like good order and well conditioned at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or to [blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said goods [blank] with primage and average accustomed. In witness whereof, the master or purser of said [blank] hath affirmed to [blank] bills of lading, all of this tenor and date; the one of which [blank] bills being accomplished, the other [blank] to stand void. Dated in [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by B. Franklin and D. Hall, not after 1765] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 12 x 25 cm
 By the Honourable George Thomas, Esq; lieutenant governor and commander in chief of the government of the counties of New-Castle, Kent, and Sussex, upon Delaware, and province of Pennsylvania. To [blank] : Reposing especial trust and confidence, as well in your care, diligence and circumspection, as in your loyalty and courage, I have nominated, constituted and appointed, and I do, by virtue of the powers and authorities unto me given, hereby nominate, constitute and appoint you the said [blank] You are therefore to take the said [blank] into your charge and care, as [blank] thereof, and duly to exercise both the officers and soldiers of that [blank] in arms. And as they are hereby commanded to obey you as their [blank] so are you likewise to observe and follow such orders and directions, from time to time, as you shall receive from your [blank] or any other your superior officer or officers, according to the rules and discipline of war, in pursuance of the trust reposed in you. And for your so doing this shall be your commission. Given under my hand and seal at arms, at the town of New-Castle, on Delaware, the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of His Majesty's reign, annoque Domini 174[blank] By His Honour's command, [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Benjamin Franklin, 1740?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 21 x 38cm
 A copy of verses wrote by a gentleman, lately deceased, occasion'd by his reading Robert Barclay's Apology. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : London, printed. Philadelphia, re-printed by B. Franklin., [1747?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 43 x 31 cm
 The Case of the inhabitants in Pensilvania. : In the year 1723, the people of Pensilvania found themselves greatly distressed, for want of a medium in trade, occasioned by the factors of merchants from England, having sent home almost all the gold and silver, ... [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., 1751?] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 43 x 27 cm
 From our Yearly Meeting in London, held by adjournments from the 4th to the 9th day of the 6th month, 1759. : To our friends and brethren at their ensuing Yearly Meeting, to be held at Philadelphia, for Pennsylvania and New-Jersey. [Philadelphia, Pa.? : Printed by B. Franklin and D. Hall?, 1759] 1 sheet (2 p.) ; 35 x 23 cm
 Divine songs, attempted in easy language for the use of children. : Together with a slight specimen of moral songs, and the young child's catechism. / By Isaac Watts, D.D. [Bennington, Vt.] : Printed in Bennington, state of Vermont, by Anthony Haswell,, in the year 1791. 36 p. ; 17 cm (12mo)
 To the freeholders and electors of the province of Pennsylvania. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by William Bradford, 1765] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 39 x 25 cm
 The last speech, confession, birth, parentage and education, of John Grimes, John Fagan, and John Johnson, alias Johnson Cochran, : who were executed at Gallows-Hill, in the city of Burlington, on Wednesday th 28th of August, 1765, for burglary and felony, committed in the county of Burlington. [Woodbridge, N.J. : Printed by James Parker?, 1765] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; cm
 An act passed at the second session of the Fourth Congress of the United States of America, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday the fifth of December, in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-six, and of the independence of the United States, the twenty-first. An act concerning the circuit-courts of the United States. ... Approved, March third, 1797: Go. Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Department of State. [blank] Sec'ry of State. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Richard Folwell, No. 33, Carter's Alley., [1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 39 x 25 cm
 Subscriptions for shares in the bridge corporation. : Whereas a memorial has been presented to the Honourable the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, praying them to consider of the propriety of incorporating a society for the purpose of erecting a permanent bridge across the River Schuylkill, at the west end of the High Street of Philadelphia, upon such plan as shall be approved of by the subscribers to the same, or their representatives: and whereas the said General Assembly have resolved that they will incorporate any society who will undertake the erection of such bridge at the place aforesaid. And whereas it is proposed to raise the money necessary for erecting said bridge by subscription, in shares of ten pounds specie each, which subscriptions are to be repaid to the respective subscribers, their heirs or assigns, whenever the said proposed bridge shall become free and exempt from toll, and in the mean time to pay an interest to the subscribers for the use of their money. We do hereby severally promise and engage to contribute to the said work, to the amount of the several shares annexed to our respective names, which we will pay in such proportions, at such times, and to such persons as by the act of incorporation, to be made for the purpose aforesaid, shall be directed and required. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1798?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 25 x 39 cm
 Reading Theatre, (under the direction of Mr. M'Grath.) : On Thursday evening, February 7, will be acted, the moral and historical play of George Barnwell, or, The London merchant. Preceding the play, will be spoken, a humorous prologue, in character of an American tar. After the play, Brother M'Grath will have the honor of delivering a Masonic address, in his character of a Master Mason. Song---by Mrs. M'Grath:---"I'd rather be excus'd"! To which will be added, the American farce of The true born Yankee, or, A trip to New-York; with songs incidental to the piece. The whole to conclude with "Bucks have at ye all!" By Mr. Morton. Characters, in play and farce, by Mr. M'Grath, Mr. Morton, Mr. Ormsby, Mrs. M'Grath, &c. The curtain to be raised at half past six o'clock. Tickets, at half a dollar each, to be had of Mr. Barr, of Mr. M'Grath, and at Mr. Schneider's printing-office. No money to be taken by the door-keeper. In order to accommodate families, children under ten years of age will be admitted on half-tickets at half price. [Reading, Pa. : Printed by Jacob Schneider, 1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 43 x 26 cm
 To be sold at publick vendue, on Wednesday the 13th day of May next, : the sale to begin at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, at the State-house in Trenton, the following books, belonging to the library of the late William-Churchill Houston, Esq. deceased. [Trenton, N.J. : Printed by Isaac Collins, 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 46 x 15 cm
 North American Land Company. No. [blank] : This is to certify, that [blank] is entitled to [blank] shares in the entire property of the North American Land Company; the dividend whereof shall not be less than six dollars, on each share annually, conformably to articles of agreement duly executed: dated at Philadelphia the [blank] day of [blank] Transferable only at the company's office in that city, by the owner in person, or by his executor, administrator, attorney, or legal representative. Signed in the presence, and by order of the board of managers, at Philadelphia, this [blank] day of [blank] one thousand seven hundred and ninety [blank] / [blank] Secretary [blank] President. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 25 x 32 cm
 Citizen soldiers. : A new patriotic song. / Words by Amyntor -- Music by Mr. R. Taylor. [Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., ca. 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : music ; 39 x 29 cm
 Congress of the United States: at the third session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the sixth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. : An act declaring the consent of Congress to a certain act of the state of Maryland. ... / Approved, February the ninth, 1791. George Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1791] [4] p. ; 39 cm (folio)
 Pay to [blank] or bearer, [blank] dollars, [blank] cents. : To the cashier of the Bank of Pennsylvania. (no. [blank]). [Philadelphia : s.n., 179-?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 6 x 16 cm
 Congress of the United States: At the third session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the sixth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. : An act supplementory [sic] to the act, intituled, "An act to incorporate the subscribers to the Bank of the United States. ... / Approved, March the second, 1791. George Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1791] [4] p. ; 39 cm (folio)
 Congress of the United States: at the third session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the sixth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. : An act in addition to an act, intituled, "An act for establishing the salaries of the executive officers of government, with their assistants and clerks. ... / Approved, March the third, 1791. George Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1791] [4] p. ; 39 cm (folio)
 Congress of the United States: at the third session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the sixth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. : An act for making compensations to the commissioners of loans for extraordinary expenses. ... / Approved, March the third, 1791. George Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1791] [4] p. ; 39 cm (folio)
 Congress of the United States: At the third session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the sixth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. : An act to continue in force, for a limited time, an act passed at the first session of Congress, intituled, "An act to regulate processes in the courts of the United States." ... / Approved, February the eighteenth, 1791. George Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, 1791] [4] p. ; 39 cm (folio)
 Congress of the United States: at the third session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the sixth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. : An act to continue an act, intituled, "An act declaring the assent of Congress to certain acts of the states of Maryland, Georgia, and Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations," so far as the same respects the states of Georgia, and Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. ... / Approved, January the tenth, 1791. George Washington, president of the United States. (True copy.) [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1791] [4] p. ; 39 cm (folio)
 Congress of the United States: at the third session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the sixth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. : An act supplementory [sic] to the act, making provision for the reduction of the public debt. ... / Approved, March the third, 1791. George Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1791] [4] p. ; 41 cm (folio)
 Congress of the United States: at the third session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the sixth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. : An act relative to the rix-dollar of Denmark. ... / Approved, March the third, 1791. George Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1791] [4] p. ; 39 cm (folio)
 Congress of the United States: at the third session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the sixth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. : An act regulating the number of representatives to be chosen by the states of Kentucky and Vermont. ... / Approved, February the twenty-fifth, 1791. George Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1791] [4] p. ; 39 cm (folio)
 Congress of the United States: at the third session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the sixth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. : An act providing compensations for the officers of the judicial courts of the United States, and for jurors and witnesses, and for other purposes. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1791] [4] p. ; 39 cm (folio)
 Congress of the United States: at the third session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the sixth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. : An act making appropriations for the support of government during the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-one, and for other purposes. ... / Approved, February the 11th, 1791. George Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1791] [4] p. ; 39 cm (folio)
 Congress of the United States: at the third session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the sixth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. : Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that the president of the United States be, and he hereby is requested, to cause an estimate to be laid before Congress at their next session, of the quantity and situation of the lands not claimed by the Indians, nor granted to, nor claimed by any of the citizens of the United States, within the territory ceded to the United States, by the state of North Carolina, and within the Territory of the United States North-West of the River Ohio. ... / Approved, March the third, 1791. George Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, 1791] [4] p. ; 39 cm (folio)
 Congress of the United States: At the third session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the sixth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. : An act making an appropriation for the purpose therein mentioned. ... / Approved, March the third, 1791. George Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1791] [4] p. ; 39 cm (folio)
 Congress of the United States: at the third session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the sixth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. : An act giving effect to the laws of the United States within the state of Vermont. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1791] [4] p. ; 39 cm (folio)
 Congress of the United States: at the third session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the sixth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. : Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that the president of the United States be requested to cause to be communicated to the National Assembly of France the peculiar sensibility of Congress to the tribute paid to the memory of Benjamin Franklin, by the enlightened and free representatives of a great nation, in their decree of the eleventh of June, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. ... / Approved, March the second, 1791. George Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa : Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, 1791] [4] p. ; 39 cm (folio)
 Congress of the United States: at the third session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the sixth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. : Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that a mint shall be established under such regulations as shall be directed by law. ... / Approved, March the third, 1791. George Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, 1791] [4] p. ; 39 cm (folio)
 Congress of the United States: at the third session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the sixth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. : Whereas Congress did, by a resolution of the twenty-third day of September, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine, recommend to the several states to pass laws making it expressly the duty of the keepers of their jails to receive and safe keep therein all prisoners ... resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that in case any state shall not have complied ... the marshal ... be authorised to hire a convenient place to serve as a temporary jail ... / Approved, March the third, 1791. George Washington, president of the United States. Deposited among the rolls in the office of the Secretary of State. [blank] Secretary of State. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs and John Swaine, 1791] [4] p. ; 39 cm (folio)
 Articles of the Active Fire-company. : Whereas it is of great importance to the preservation of life and property, that provision be made to extinguish fires; and we conceive that the forming of fire companies under proper regulations will be productive of good consequences; we the subscribers associated by the name of the Active Fire-Company, do therefore mutually agree to be governed by the following rules, ... [Lancaster, Pa. : s.n., 1792] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 52 x 41 cm
 This indenture made the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and [blank] : between [blank] of the one part, and [blank] of the other part witnesseth that the said [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] lawful money of Pennsylvania to the said [blank] in hand paid by the said [blank] at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof [blank]he doth hereby acknowledge and thereof and of every part thereof doth acquit exonerate and discharge the said [blank] heirs and assigns by these presents ha[blank] granted bargained and sold ... all that certain piece or tract of land ... Sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] ... Lancaster-County ss. Be it remembered that on the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and si[blank] before me the subscriber one of his Majesty's justices of the peace for the said county personally came the above-named [blank] ... Witness my hand and seal the day and year first above written. [blank] [Ephrata, Pa. : s.n., not after 1766] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 38 x 47 cm
 This indenture made the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and [blank] : between [blank] of the township of [blank] in the county of [blank] and province of Pennsilvania [blank] and [blank] his wife of the one part and [blank] of the county and province aforesaid [blank] of the other part witnesseth that the said [blank] and [blank] his wife for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] lawful money of Pennsilvania to them or either of them well and truly in hand paid by the said [blank] at or before the ensealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge and thereof and of every part and parcel thereof do acquit exonerate and discharge the said [blank] heirs and assigns by these presents have granted bargained sold ... Sealed & delivered in the presence of [blank] ... [blank] County ss. This [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and [blank] before me the subscriber, one of his Majesty's justices of the peace for the county aforesaid, personally came the above named [blank] ... Witness my hand and seal the day and year first above written. [blank] [Ephrata, Pa. : s.n., not after 1769] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 36 x 44 cm
 To the commissioners appointed by the East-India Company, for the sale of tea, in America. : Gentlemen, Your appointment, which is notoriously designed to enforce the act of 7th G. III. for raising a revenue in America, justly claims the attention of every man, who wishes well to this country: ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1773] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 36 x 22 cm
 The New-Year verses, of the printers lads, who carry about the Pennsylvania gazette to the customers. January, 1775. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by D. Hall and W. Sellers, 1774] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 38 x 25 cm
 In Congress, Monday, June 12, 1775. : As the great governor of the world, by his supreme and universal providence, not only conducts the course of nature with unerring wisdom and rectitude, but frequently influences the minds of men to serve the wise and gracious purposes of His providencial government; ... This Congress, therefore, considering the present critical, alarming and calamitous state of these colonies, do earnestly recommend, that Thursday, the twentieth day of July next, be observed by the inhabitants of all the English colonies on this continent, as a day of public humiliation, fasting and prayer, ... / By order of the congress, John Hancock, president. (A true copy,) Charles Thomson, secretary. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by William & Thomas Bradford., [1775] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 38 x 31 cm
 The commonwealth of Pennsylvania, hath received on loan, from [blank] the sum of [blank] : to be paid to the said [blank] or bearer, on or before the first day of March, in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and ninety six, with interest from the [blank] day of [blank] 17[blank] at the rate of six per centum, per annum, to be paid half yearly at the State Treasury. According to the directions of an act of the General Assembly, passed on the first day of March, 1786. / Comptr. Genl. Office, [blank] 178[blank] Countersigned, [blank] [blank] Treasurer. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Fran. Bailey, printer., [between 1786 and 1789] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 20 x 31 cm
 By His Excellency Sir William Howe, K.B. general and commander in chief, &c. &c. &c. Proclamation. : Whereas complaints have been made, that many of the inhabitants, in and near Philadelphia, have been injured in their property by disorderly persons ... / Given under my hand at head-quarters in Philadelphia, this 7th day of November, 1777. W. Howe. By His Excellency's command, Robert Mackenzie, secretary. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by James Humphreys, Junr., 1777] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 37 x 24 cm
 In Congress, April 7, 1777. : Resolved, that there be one director general of all the military hospitals which shall be erected for the Continental Army in the United States, ... [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by Hall and Sellers., 1779. 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 42 x 26 cm
 For the benefit of the poor in spirit. By command of the Supreme Governor of the world, at the desire of all who "love his appearance." : At the Theatre of the Universe, on the evening of Time, will be performed, The great assize: or, Day of judgment. ... Tickets not transferable, and no money will be taken at the door, and all who are admitted into the galleries must be sprinkled with the Blood of Christ, and sealed with Immanuel's signet, ... [Philadelphia, Pa.] : To be sold by William Woodhouse in Front-street, near the Coffee-house, Philadelphia: also, Priestley's trial, and The riddle of riddles unriddled., [1784] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 46 x 26 cm
 By the president and the Supreme Executive Council of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a proclamation. : Whereas definitive articles of peace and amity, between the United States of America and his Britannic Majesty, were concluded and signed at Paris, on the 3d day of September 1783, ... And whereas, the United States in Congress assembled, having seen and duly considered the definitive articles aforesaid, did, by a certain article, under the seal of the United-States, bearing date the 14th day of January, 1784, approve, ratify and confirm the same, ... We have thought fit to make known the premises to the citizens of this state; ... Given in Council, under the hand of the president, and the seal of the state, at Philadelphia, this twenty second day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eight four. / John Dickinson. Attest. John Armstrong, Jun. secretary. God save the commonwealth! [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1784] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 53 x 43 cm
 Haus-Segen. [Ephrata, Pa. : Printed at the Ephrata Cloister, ca. 1785] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 34 x 39 cm
 Address and representation to the inhabitants of the county of York. : Gentlemen, A number of the people in some parts of the county of York are uneasy and dissatisfied at the payment of the taxes which have been assessed by law. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by R. Aitken and Son?, 1787] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 41 x 25 cm
 The address and reasons of dissent of the minority of the Convention of the State of Pennsylvania, to their constituents. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by E. Oswald, 1787] [4] p. ; 43 cm (folio)
 Proclamation. : Whereas the honorable Thomas M'Kean, Esq. doctor of law, chief justice of the supreme court of the state of Pennsylvania, ... the honorable William Augustuss Atlee, Esq. and the honorable George Bryan, Esq. justices of the said courts, have issued their precept, bearing date the third day of January (instant) to me directed, for holding a Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery, at the State-house, in the city of Philadelphia, for the city and county of Philadelphia, on Tuesday the twelfth day of February next: ... Dated at Philadelphia, the third day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-eight, and in the twelfth year of American independence. / Joseph Cowperthwait, sheriff. God save the commonwealth! ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1788] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 43 x 27 cm
 Philadelphia: [blank] 17[blank] [blank] To the College and Academy of the City of Philadelphia, [blank] Dr. For the tuition of [blank] : from the [blank] of [blank] last to this day at [blank] quarter £. [blank] Quills and ink [blank] Firewood [blank] Received payment: £. [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1789] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 12 x 21 cm
 (No. [blank]) 1744. Massachusetts government lottery. [blank] [Boston, Mass. : s.n., 1744] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 30 x 95 mm
 The psalm-singer's assistant; : containing, first, an introduction, with such directions for singing, as are necessary for learners. Secondly, a collection of choice psalm-tunes, suited to the several measures both of the old and new version:--all being composed in three parts, collected from the masters; engraved in a correct manner, and is designed for the improvement of psalmody, in the congregations, both in town and country. / By Daniel Bayley. [Newburyport, Mass.] : Printed for, and sold by the auther [sic] in Newbury-Port:--sold also by the booksellers., [between 1764 and 1768] 8 p., 16 leaves of plates : music ; 16 cm (8vo)
 Know all men by these presents, : that whereas application hath been made by me [blank] on the [blank] day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four, to the Land Office of Pennsylvania, for a grant of a tract of land, containing four hundred acres, adjoining to land granted to [blank] by warrant of the [blank] day of September, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four, in the county of Northumberland, [blank] and state of Pennsylvania aforesaid: In pursuance whereof, a warrant or order hath been or is to be issued, for surveying of the same for my use. Now know ye, that I, the said [blank] for the consideration of five shillings specie, to me in hand paid by George Eddy, of the city of Philadelphia, gentleman, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledges, as well as for other good causes and valuable considerations, have granted ... unto George Eddy, and his heirs, all that the above-mentioned tract of land, ... In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal, the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five. [blank] Sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by Henry Tuckniss, No. 25, Church-Alley, Philadelphia., [1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 35 x 22 cm
 Several lavvs and orders made at the Generall Court of Election held at Boston the 11th of May 1670. And at the Generall Court held by adjournment the 12th day of October, 1670. : Novemb. 18. 1670. Printed and published by their order. Edw. Rawson secr'. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Samuel Green, 1670] 47-49, [1] p. ; 28 cm (folio.)
 Know all men by these presents, that [blank] held and firmly bound unto [blank] in the sum of [blank] current money of the colony of [blank] : to be paid to the said [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators or assigns. For the which payment well and truly to be made and done [blank] do bind [blank] heirs executors and administrators, and every of them [blank] firmly by these presents. Sealed with [blank] seal[blank], dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of His Majesty's reign, annoq; Domini, one thousand seven hundred and [blank] The condition of this obligation is such, that if the above-bounden [blank] heirs executors or administrators do well and truly pay, or cause to be paid unto the above-names [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators or assigns, the just and full sum of [blank] current money aforesaid, on or before the [blank] and that without fraud, coven or further delay, then this obligation to be void and of none effect, or else to stand and remain in full force and vertue. Sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [New York, N.Y. : Printed by John Peter Zenger, not after 1730] [4] p. ; 33 cm
 To the citizens of Philadelphia. : The subscribers having, at much expence and trouble, brought the New-York Magazine to a permanent establishment, beg leave to offer it to the patronage of the liberal citizens of Philadelphia, and respectfully solicit their countenance and encouragement in support of it. ... The present number is left for inspection. Should you approve of it, we shall be highly flattered by your patronage, ... / We are, with much respect, your most obedient servants, T. & J. Swords. Philadelphia, February [blank] 1791. [New York, N.Y. : T. & J. Swords, 1791] 1 sheet ([1] p. ; 22 x 13 cm
 The deed of settlement of the Mutual Assurance Company, for Insuring Houses from Loss by Fire, in and near Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Bailey?, between 1784 and 1794] 8 p. : ill. ; 27 cm (4to)
 Namen der Kinder und Inhalt ihrer Reden, welche den 9ten April, 1798. in der Zions-Kirche in folgender Ordnung gehalten werden. [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Charles Cist, 1798] [4] p. ; 18 cm
 Zur Christnacht. : Chor. Siehe, das ist unser Gott, ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Charles Cist, 1797] [4] p. ; 19 cm
 Zum 30sten April 1798. : Liturgus. Der Herr mit dir! ehrwürd'ge Chorgemeine, ... [Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Charles Cist, 1798] [4] p. ; 19 cm
 The Oracle, &c. : Now first published by the real conjurer, who has for a length of time entertained and edified, as well as astonished all parts of Europe, and is now in London.--That no one may imagine this an useless performance, the conjurer will return the money, when it shall be proved, (the directions duly observed) that it told a single falsity. [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., ca. 1771?] 32 p. : ill., port. ; 19 cm (8vo)
 Pride's fall, or A warning for all English women, : by the example of a strange monster lately born in Germany, by a merchant's proud wife of Geneva. [Boston, Mass.] : Bristol, printed, &c. Re-printed at Boston in New-England,, 173[7?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 21 x 33 cm
 Extract of a letter wrote by the Earl of Essex, to his particular friend the Earl of Southampton, sometime before his death. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1775?] 12 p. ; 17 cm
 The Loganian Library. : The trustees of "The Loganian Library" are to meet at [blank] o'clock this evening, at the usual place. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by Zachariah Poulson, Jun. in Fourth-Street, near the University., [not after 1793] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 11 x 17 cm
 An examination of the Connecticut claim to lands in Pennsylvania. : With an appendix, containing extracts and copies taken from original papers. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market Street., MDCCLXXIV. [1774] [2], 93, [1], 32 p., [1] folded leaf of plates : map ; 19 cm (8vo)
 Papers respecting the Wyoming controversy. [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by Hall & Sellers,, 1797. 3, [1] p. ; 30 cm (folio)
 General Assembly. In the House of Representatives, Monday, January 16, 1797. : The committee appointed on that part of the governor's address, respecting the territorial controversy at Wyoming, report--that they find the principles of the present intrusion were organized into system by a meeting, said to consist of twelve hundred proprietors of the Connecticut Susquehannah Company, ... [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by Hall and Sellers,, 1797. 1 sheet (2 p.) ; 32 x 21 cm
 General Assembly. In the House of Representatives, Tuesday, January 31st, 1797. Motion by Mr. Waln, seconded by Mr. Taylor. : Whereas sundry persons have acquired titles to lands, in the county of Luzerne, which were in possession of persons stiling themselves Connecticut Claimants previous to the decree of the commissioners at Trenton, ... [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by Hall & Sellers,, 1797. 1 sheet (2 p.) ; 32 x 21 cm
 Papers respecting intrusions by Connecticut claimants. [Philadelphia, Pa.] Printed by Hall & Sellers., [1797] 6 p. ; 31 cm (folio)
 Ein Brief so von Gott selbsten geschrieben und zu Magdeburg niedergelassen worden ist. : Es war mit goldenen Buchstaben geschrieben, und von Gott durch einen Engel gesandt worden: wer ihn abschreiben will, dem soll man ihn geben, wer ihn verachtet, von dem weicht der Herr! [Pennsylvania? : s.n., ca. 1800?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 24 x 19 cm. (4to)
 The speech of the Honourable Patrick Gordon, Esq; lieutenant governour of the province of Pennsylvania, and counties of New-Castle, Kent and Sussex, upon Delaware. : To the Representatives of the freemen of the said province of Pennsylvania, November 22d, 1726. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Andrew Bradford printer to the province., [1726] 4 p. ; 30 cm (folio)
 Meteorological observations made at Springmill, 13 miles, NNW. of Philadelphia, 40° 9' N. Month of June, 1787. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1787] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 20 x 23
 Directions for recovering persons, who are supposed to be dead, from drowning, : also, for preventing and curing the disorders produced by drinking cold water, or other cold liquors, and by the action of noxious vapours, lightning, and excessive heat and cold, upon the human body. Published by order of the Humane Society of Philadelphia. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Joseph James., [1789] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 51 x 44 cm
 A Gamut: or, Brief introduction to the grounds of music. [United States : s.n., ca. 1790?] [4] p. ; 9 x 22 cm
 Tenebrae in ... or, Th[e] eclip[ses] of th[e] sun & [moon] calculated for tw[enty years / by Jacob Taylor] [New York : Printed and sold by William Bradford, 1698 [i.e., 1697]] 74 [i.e., 76] p. : ill. ; 15 cm (8vo)
 The curse of cowardice: : a sermon preached to the militia of Hanover County, in Virginia, at a general muster, May 8, 1758. With a view to raise a company, for Captain Samuel Meredith. / By Samuel Davies, A.M. [New York, N.Y.] : London, printed: New-York, re-printed and sold by Samuel Parker, at the New-Printing Office in Beaver-Street., MDCCLIX. [1759] [4], 18, [2] p. ; 20 cm (8vo)
 Suffolk, ss. George, by the grace of God of Great Britain, France and Ireland, king, defender of the faith, &c. : To the sheriff of our county of [blank] his under-sheriff or deputy, greeting. We command you to attach the goods or estate of [blank] to the value of [blank] pounds, and for want thereof, to take the body[blank] of the said [blank] (if [blank] may be found in your precinct,) and [blank] safely keep, so that you have [blank] before our justices of our Inferiour Court of Common Pleas next, to be holden at Boston, within and for our said county of Suffolk, on the first Tuesday of [blank] next; then and there in our said court to answer unto [blank] To the damage of the said [blank] the sum of [blank] pounds, which shall then and there be made to appear, with other due damages: and have you there this writ, with your doings therein. Witness [blank] Esq; at Boston, this [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of our reign. Anno Domini, 1718. [Boston, Mass. : s.n., 1718] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 21 cm
 Shipped by the grace of God, in good order and well conditioned, by [blank] : in and upon the good [blank] called, the [blank] whereof is master under God for this present voyage, [blank] and now riding at anchor in the [blank] and by God's grace bound for [blank] to say, [blank] being marked and numbred as in the margent, and are to be delivered in the like good order and well conditioned, at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or to [blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said goods [blank] with primage and average accustomed. In witness whereof the master or purser of the said [blank] hath affirmed to [blank] bills of lading, all of this tenor and date; one of which [blank] bills being accomplished, the other [blank] to stand void. And so God send the good [blank] to her desired port in safety, Amen. Dated in [blank] [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., not after 1725] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 15 x 16 cm
 Shipped, by the grace of God, in good order and well conditioned by [blank] : in and upon the [blank] called the [blank] whereof is master for this present voyage [blank] now riding at anchor in the harbour of New-York, and bound for [blank] to say, [blank] being mark't and numbered as in the margin, and are to be delivered in the like good order and well conditioned at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or [blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said goods, [blank] with primage and avarage [sic] accustomed. In witness whereof the master or purser of the said [blank] hath affirmed to [blank] bill of lading, all of this tenor and date; the one of which [blank] bills being accomplished, the other [blank] to stand void, and so God send the good ship to her desired port in safety. Dated in New-York, [blank] day of [blank] [New York, N.Y. : s.n., not after 1730] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 21 cm
 Shipped by the grace of God, in good order and well-conditioned, [blank] : in and upon the good [blank] called the [blank] whereof is master under God, for the present voyage, [blank] now riding at anchor in the [blank] and by God's grace bound for [blank] to say, [blank] being marked and numbered as in the margin; and are to be delivered in the like good order and well-conditioned, at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or to [blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said goods, [blank] with primage and average accustomed. In witness whereof, the master or purser of the said [blank] hath affirmed to [blank] bills of lading, all of this tenor and date; one of which [blank] bills being accomplished, the other [blank] to stand void. And so God send the good [blank] to her desired port in safety: Amen. Dated in [blank] [Providence, R.I.? : s.n., not after 1755] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 21 cm
 Shipped by the grace of God, in good order and well conditioned, by [blank] : in and upon the good ship called the [blank] whereof is master, under God, for this present voyage, [blank] and now riding at anchor, in [blank] and by God's grace bound for [blank] to say, [blank] being marked and numbered as in the margent, and are to be delivered in the like good order, and well conditioned, at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or to h[blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said goods [blank] with primage and average accustomed. In witness whereof, the master or purser of the said ship, hath affirmed to [blank] bills of lading, all of this tenor and date; the one of which [blank] bills being accomplished, the other [blank] to stand void. And so God send the good ship to her desired port in safety. Amen. Dated in [blank] [Virginia? : s.n., not after 1762] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 36 x 22 cm
 Shipped by the Grace of God, in good order and well condition'd, by [blank] : in and upon the good ship called the [blank] whereof is master, under God, for this present voyage, [blank] and now riding at anchor in the [blank] and by God's grace bound for [blank] to say, [blank] being mark'd and number'd as in the margin, and are to be delivered in the like good order and well condition'd, at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or to [blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said goods [blank] with primage and average accustom'd. In witness whereof the master or purser of the said ship hath affirm'd to three bills of lading, all of this tenor and date; the one of which [blank] bills being accomplish'ed, the other [blank] to stand void. As so God send the good ship to her desir'd port in safety. Amen. Dated in [blank] [Funchal, Madeira Islands? : s.n., not after 1775] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 12 x 20 cm
 Shipped by the Grace of God, in good order, and well-condition'd, by Daniel Crommelin & Sons : in and upon the good [blank] called the [blank] whereof is master under God, for this present voyage [blank] and now riding at anchor in the harbour of [blank] and by God's grace bound for [blank] to say, [blank] being mark'd and number'd as in the margin, and are to be deliver'd in the like good order, and well-condition'd, at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or to [blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said goods [blank] with [blank] primage and average accustom'd. In witness whereof the master or purser of the said [blank] hath affirm'd to [blank] bills of lading, all of this tenor and date; the one of which four bills being accomplish'd, the other three to stand void. And so God send the good [blank] to her desir'd port in safety. Amen. Dated in [blank] [Amsterdam, Netherlands? : s.n., not after 1772] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 13 x 25 cm
 Shipped in good order and well-conditioned, by Henry Wilmot, : in and upon the good vessel called the [blank] whereof is master, for this present voyage [blank] and now riding at anchor in the harbour of [blank] and bound for [blank] To say [blank] being marked and numbered as in the margin, and are to be delivered in the like good order and well-conditioned, at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or to [blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said [blank] with primage and average accustomed. In witness whereof the master or purser of said [blank] hath affirmed to [blank] bills of lading all of this tenor and date; the one of which [blank] bills being accomplished the other to stand void. Dated in [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] 17[blank] [New York, N.Y.? : s.n., not after 1771] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 16 x 20 cm
 Shipped by the grace of God, in good order and well conditioned, by [blank] : in and upon the good [blank] called the [blank] whereof is master, under God, for this present voyage [blank] and now riding at anchor in [blank] and by God's grace bound for [blank] To say [blank] being marked and numbered as in the margin, and are to be delivered in the like good order and well conditioned, at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or to [blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said goods [blank] with primage and avarage [sic] accustomed In witness whereof the master or purser of the said [blank] hath affirmed to [blank] bills of lading, all of this tenor and date; the one of which [blank] bills being accomplished, the other [blank] to stand void. And so God send the good [blank] to her desired port in safety. Amen. Dated in [blank] [New York, N.Y.] : Printed and sold by Anthony Lamb in New York, [not after 1784] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 16 x 20 cm
 Shipped in good order and well conditioned, by [blank] : in and upon the good [blank] called the [blank] whereof is master for this present voyage [blank] now riding at anchor in the harbour of [blank] and bound for [blank] to say, [blank] being marked and numbered as in the margin, and are to be delivered in the like good order and well conditioned, at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or to [blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said [blank] with primage and average accustomed. In witness whereof, the master or purser of the said [blank] hath affirmed to [blank] bills of lading, all of this tenor and date; the one of which [blank] bills being accomplished, the other to stand void. Dated in [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] 178[blank] [United States : s.n., 178-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 11 x 21 cm
 Shipped in good order and well conditioned, by Isaac Hazelhurst, : in and upon the good [blank] called the [blank] whereof is master for this present voyage [blank] and now riding at anchor in the River Delaware, and bound for [blank] To say, [blank] being marked and numbered as in the margin, and are to be delivered in the like good order and well conditioned, at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or to [blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said goods, [blank] with primage and average accustomed. In witness whereof the master or purser of the said [blank] hath affirmed to [blank] bills of lading, all of this tenor and date; the one of which being accomplished the other [blank] stand void. Dated in Philadelphia, [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa : s.n., not after 1785] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 13 x 24 cm
 Shipped in good order and well conditioned, by [blank] : in and upon the good [blank] called the [blank] whereof is master for this present voyage [blank] now riding at anchor in the harbour of [blank] and bound for [blank] to say, [blank] being marked and numbered as in the margin, and are to be delivered in the like good order and well conditioned at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or to [blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said [blank] with primage and average accustomed. In witness whereof, the master or purser of the said [blank] hath affirmed to [blank] bills of lading, all of this tenor and date; the one of which [blank] bills being accomplished, the other to stand void. Dated in [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] 179[blank] [New York, N.Y.? : s.n., not after 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 19 x 20 cm
 Shipped in good order, and well-conditioned, by [blank] : on board the good [blank] called the [blank] whereof is master, for this present voyage, [blank] and now riding at anchor in the harbour of [blank] in the state [blank] and bound for [blank] To say, [blank] being marked and numbered as in the margin, and are to be delivered in the like good order, and well-conditioned, at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or to [blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said [blank] with primage and average accustomed. In witness whereof, the master or purser of said [blank] hath affirmed to two bills of lading, both of this tenor and date; the one of which bills being accomplished, the other to stand void. Dated in [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] 179[blank] [Providence, R.I.] : Printed by Carter and Wilkinson., [not after 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) : ill. ; 15 x 20 cm
 Shipped, in good order and well conditioned, by [blank] : in and upon the good [blank] called the [blank] whereof is master for this present voyage [blank] and now riding at anchor in the harbour of [blank] and bound for [blank] to say, [blank] being marked and numbered as in the margin, and are to be delivered, in the like good order and well conditioned, at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or to [blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said goods [blank] with primage and average accustomed. In witness whereof, the master or purser of said [blank] hath affirmed to [blank] bills of lading, all of this tenor and date; the one of which [blank] bills being accomplished, the other [blank] to stand void. Dated in [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] 179[blank] [New York, N.Y.? : s.n., not after 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 14 x 26 cm
 Shipped in good order and well-conditioned, by [blank] : in and upon the good [blank] called the [blank] whereof is master for this present voyage [blank] now riding at anchor in the harbour of [blank] and bound for [blank] To say, [blank] being marked and numbered as in the margin, and are to be delivered in the like good order and well-conditioned, at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or to [blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said [blank] with primage and average accustomed. In witness whereof, the master or purser of the said [blank] hath affirmed to [blank] bills of lading, all of this tenor and date; the one of which [blank] bills being accomplished, the other to stand void. Dated in [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] 17[blank] [New York, N.Y.? : s.n., not after 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 13 x 23 cm
 Shipped in good order, and well conditioned, by [blank], : in and upon the [blank] called the [blank], whereof is master, for this present voyage, [blank], now in the harbour of [blank], bound for [blank] To say, [blank] being marked and numbered as in the margin, and are to be delivered, in the like good order and well conditioned, at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or to [blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said goods [blank] with primage and average accustomed. In witness whereof, the master of the said [blank] hath affirmed to [blank] bills of lading of this tenor and date; one of which being accomplished, the other [blank] to stand void.-- Dated in [blank] [Portland, Me.? : s.n., not after 1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 14 x 24 cm
 Shipped in good order and well conditioned, by [blank] : in and upon the good [blank] called the [blank] whereof is master, for the present voyage [blank], now laying in the harbour of [blank] and bound for [blank] To say, [blank] being marked and numbered as in the margin, and are to be delivered in the like good order and well conditioned at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or to [blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said [blank] with primage and average accustomed. In witness whereof, the master or purser of the said [blank] hath affirmed to [blank] bills of lading, all of this tenor and date; the one of which [blank] bills being accomplished, the other [blank] to stand void. Dated in [blank] the [blank] day of [blank 179[blank] [New York, N.Y.? : s.n., not after 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 14 x 21 cm
 Pennsylvania, ss. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to [blank] Greeting: : We command you, that all business and excuses whatsoever being laid aside, you [blank] be and appear in your proper person before [blank] the justices of the Supreme Court of the state of Pennsylvania, at [blank] to be held at [blank] for the [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] to testify all and singular those things which you shall know in [blank] behalf [blank] And herein fail not under the penalty of one hundred pounds. / Witness the honorable Thomas M'Kean, Esquire, Doctor of Laws, Chief Justice of the said state, at Philadelphia, the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord MDCCXC[blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 34 cm
 Pennsylvania, ss. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to [blank] Greeting: : We command you, that all business and excuses whatsoever being laid aside, you [blank] be and appear in your proper person before [blank] the justices of the Supreme Court of the state of Pennsylvania, at [blank] to be held at [blank] for the [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] to testify all and singular those things which you shall know in [blank] behalf [blank] And herein fail not under the penalty of one hundred pounds. / Witness the honorable Thomas M'Kean, Esquire, Doctor of Laws, Chief Justice of the said state, at Philadelphia, the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord MDCCXC[blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 12 x 35 cm
 Pennsylvania, ss. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to [blank] Greeting: : We command you, that all business and excuses whatsoever being laid aside, you [blank] be and appear in your proper person before [blank] the justices of the Supreme Court of the State of Pennsylvania, at [blank] to be held at [blank] for the [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] to testify all and singular those things which you shall know in [blank] behalf [blank] And herein fail not under the penalty of one hundred pounds / Witness the honorable Thomas M'Kean, Esquire, Doctor of Laws, Chief Justice of the said state, at Philadelphia, the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord MDCC[blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 11 x 34 cm
 Middlesex, ss. George, by the grace of God of Great Britain, France and Ireland, king, defender of the faith, &c. : [blank] Greeting- We command you, that you appear at our next Inferiour Court of Common Pleas to be holden at [blank] within and for our county of Middlesex aforesaid, on the [blank] Tuesday of [blank]: then and there to answer to [blank] Which plea the said [blank] ha[blank] commenced against you, to be heard and tryed at the said court; and your goods or estate are attached to the value of [blank] pounds, being for security to satisfy the judgment which the said [blank] may recover upon the aforesaid tryal: Fail not of appearance at your peril. Witness [blank] Esq; at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of our reign. Annoque Domini, 172[blank] [Cambridge, Mass.? : s.n., not after 1727] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 21 cm
 To the sheriff of the county of [blank] or his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of [blank] within the said county, Greeting. : Whereas [blank] obtained a judgment against [blank] of [blank] before the [blank] County Court held at Windham, within the county of Windham, on the [blank] day of [blank] for the sum of [blank] and also for the sum of [blank] costs of suit, as appears of record; whereof execution remains to be done. These are therefore in His Majesty's name to require and command you, that of the goods, chattels or lands of the said [blank] within your precincts, you cause to be levied, and the same being disposed of or apprized as the law directs, paid and satisfied unto the said [blank] the aforesaid sums being [blank] in the whole; with two shillings more for this writ; and thereof also to satisfy your self for your own fees. ... Hereof fail not, and make due return of this writ with your doings thereon according to law. Dated at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of His Majesty's reign. Annoque Domini, 173[blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1732] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 x 18 cm
 To all people to whom these presents shall come, greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for the consideration of [blank] do give, grant, bargain, sell and confirm, unto the said [blank] to have and to hold the above granted and bargained premisses [sic], [blank] unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns for ever, to [blank] and [blank] own proper use and behoof. ... In witness whereof, [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of the reign of our sovereign lord [blank] of Great-Britain, &c. king. Annoque Domini, 17[blank] Signed, sealed, and delivered in presence of [blank] [New Jersey? : s.n., not after 1738] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 20 cm
 The practical surveyor's assistant. : In two parts. Part the I. being a table of difference of latitude and departure, fitted to every degree of the quadrant, and continued from one tenth of a perch to a mile. Part the II. a like table fitted to every quarter of a degree of the quadrant, and continued from one tenth of a perch to four hundred and fifty perches. / Calculated by John Clendinin, land surveyor. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Benjamin Johnson, for the author., M,DCC,XCIII. [1793] [8], 45 [i.e. 46], 45, [1] p. ; 20 cm
 The practical surveyor's assistant. : In two parts. Part the I. being a table of difference of latitude and departure, fitted to every degree of the quadrant, and continued from one tenth of a perch to a mile. Part the II. a like table fitted to every quarter of a degree of the quadrant, and continued from one tenth of a perch to four hundred and fifty perches. / Calculated by John Clendinin, land surveyor. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Benjamin Johnson, for the author., M,DCC,XCIII. [1793] [8], 45 [1], 45, [1] p. ; 21 cm
 To all people to whom these presents shall come, greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] to [blank] in hand before the ensealing hereof, well and truly paid by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge, and [blank]sel[blank] therewith fully satisfied and contented, and thereof, and of every part and parcel thereof, do exonerate, acquit and discharge [blank] said [blank] heirs, executors and administrators forever by these presents: have, given, granted, bargained, sold, aliened, conveyed and confirmed; and by these presents, do freely, fully and absolutely give, grant, bargain, sell, aliene, convey and confirm, unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever, [blank] To have and to hold, the said granted and bargained premises, with all the appurtenances, priviledges and commodities to the same belonging, ... [New Hampshire? : s.n., not after 1752] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 x 20 cm
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] in consideration of the just sum of [blank] to [blank] in hand paid before the delivery hereof, by [blank] have given, granted, bargained and sold, and do by these presents, give, grant, bargain, sell, aliene, and fully, freely and absolutely convey and confirm unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever, [blank] To have and to hold, the said granted and bargained premises, together with all their appurtenances free of all encumbrances whatsoever, ... In witness whereof [blank] do hereunto set [blank] hand and seal this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, one thousand seven hundred and [blank] and in the [blank] year of the reign of our sovereign lord [blank] by the grace of God, king, &c. Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of [blank] [blank] ss. [blank] Received of [blank] aforesaid, the consideration above-mentioned, by [blank] [blank] ss. [blank] Then [blank] above-named appeared personally and [blank] owned the above-written instrument to be [blank] free act and deed, [blank] justiciario pacis. [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., not after 1761] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 20 cm
 To all people to whom these presents shall come, greeting: : Know ye, that [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] to [blank] in hand before the ensealing hereof, well and truly paid by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge, and [blank]sel[blank] therewith fully satisfied and contented; and thereof, and of every part and parcel thereof, do exonerate, acquit and discharge [blank] said [blank] heirs, executors and administrators forever by these presents: have given, granted, bargained, sold, aliened, conveyed and confirmed; and by these presents, do freely, fully and absolutely give, grant, bargain, sell, aliene, convey and confirm, unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns for ever [blank] To have and to hold, the said granted and bargained premises, with all the appurtenances, priviledges and commodities to the same belonging, ... [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., not after 1762] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] to [blank] in hand before the delivery hereof well and truly paid by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge. Have given granted bargained and sold, and by these presents do give grant bargain sell alien enfeoff convey and confirm unto the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever [blank] To have and to hold, the said granted premises with all the privileges and appurtenances to the same ... [New Hampshire? : s.n., not after 1760] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 19 cm
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] to [blank] in hand before the delivery hereof well and truly paid by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge Have given, granted, bargained and sold, and by these presents do give, grant, bargain sell, alien, enfeoff, convey and confirm unto the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever [blank] To have and to hold the said granted premises, with all the priviledges and appurtenances to the same ... [New Hampshire? : s.n., not after 1764] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 19 cm
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] to [blank] in hand before the delivery hereof well and truly paid by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge Have given, granted, bargained and sold, and by these presents do give, grant, bargain, sell, alien, enfeoff, convey and confirm unto the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever [blank] To have and to hold the said granted premises, with all the priviledges and appurtenances to the same ... [New Hampshire? : s.n., not after 1765] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 x 20 cm
 Know all men by these presents, : [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] to [blank] in hand before the delivery hereof well and truly paid by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowlede [sic] Have given, granted, bargained and sold, and by these presents do give, grant, bargain, sell, alien, enfeoff, convey and confirm unto the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever [blank] To have and to hold the said premises, with all the priviledges and appurtenances to the same ... [New Hampshire? : s.n., not after 1767] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 20 cm
 To all people to whom these presents shall come, greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for the consideration of [blank] received to [blank] full satisfaction, of [blank] do give, grant, bargain, sell and confirm unto the said [blank] To have and to hold, the above granted and bargained premises, with the appurtenances thereof, ... In witness whereof [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of the reign of our sovereign lord, George the Third, of Great-Britain, &c. King : annoque Domini, 17[blank] Signed, sealed and delivered, in the presence of us [blank] [blank] ss. [blank] Personally appeared [blank] signer and sealer of the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the same to be [blank] free act and deed, before me [blank] [Connecticut? : s.n., not after 1770] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 x 19 cm
 To all people to whom these presents shall come, greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for the consideration of [blank] received to [blank] full satisfaction, of [blank] do give, grant, bargain, sell and confirm unto the said [blank] To have and to hold the above granted and bargained premises, with the appurtenances thereof, ... In witness whereof [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of the reign of our sovereign lord [blank] of Great-Britain, &c. King. Anno Domini, 17[blank] Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [Connecticut? : s.n., not after 1772] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 20 cm
 To all people, to whom these presents shall come. Greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for the consideration of [blank] received to [blank] full satisfaction of [blank] Do bargain, sell, grant, convey and confirm unto the said [blank] To have and to hold, the above bargained and granted premises, with the appurtenances and privileges thereto belonging ... In witness whereof, [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and ninety [blank] Signed, sealed, and delivered, in presence of [blank] [Massachusetts? : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 41 x 33 cm
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] in consideration of [blank] already paid [blank] by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge, have given, granted, bargained, sold, conveyed and confirmed, and by these presents do give, grant, bargain, sell, convey and confirm unto [blank] the said [blank] and [blank] heirs and assigns forever, [blank] To have and to hold the above-bargained premises, with all their privileges and appurtenances, ... In witness whereof, [blank] the said [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety [blank] Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of us, [blank] [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., not after 1791] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 To all people, to whom these presents shall come: greeting. : Know ye that [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] current money of the commonwealth aforesaid, to [blank] in hand, paid before the ensealing hereof, by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge and [blank] fully satisfied, contented, and paid, have given, granted, bargained, sold, aliened, released, conveyed and confirmed and by these presents, do freely, clearly and absolutely give, grant, bargain, sell, aliene, release, convey and confirm, unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever [blank] To have and to hold the before granted premises, with the appurtenances and privileges thereto belonging, ... In witness whereof [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal, this [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and ninety [blank] Signed, sealed, and delivered, in presence of [blank] [Massachusetts? : s.n., not after 1793] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 22 cm
 Know all men by these presents, : that [blank] for divers good causes and considerations [blank] thereunto moving; especially for [blank] received to [blank] full satisfaction of [blank] have remised, released, and for ever quit-claimed, and do by these presents for [blank] justly and absolutely remise, release, and for ever quit-claim unto the said [blank] to [blank] heirs and assigns for ever, all such right and title as [blank] the said [blank] have or ought to have in or to [blank] To have and to hold, the premises unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns, to the only use and behoof of the said [blank] ... In witness whereof, [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord 17[blank] Signed, sealed and delivered, in presence of [blank] [blank] Personally appeared [blank] signer and sealer of the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged the same to be [blank] free act and deed, before me [blank] [Connecticut? : s.n., not after 1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 20 cm
 To all people to whom these presents shall come: greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] to [blank] in hand, paid before the ensealing hereof, by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge, and [blank] fully satisfied, contented, and paid, have given, granted, bargained, sold, aliened, released, conveyed and confirmed, and by these presents, do freely, clearly and absolutely give, grant, bargain, sell, alien, release, convey and confirm unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever, [blank] To have and to hold the before granted premises, with the appurtenances and privileges thereto belonging, ... In witness whereof [blank] have hereunto set [blank] hand and seal, this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred [blank] Signed, sealed and delivered, in presence of [blank] [Massachusetts? : s.n., 180-?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Know all men by these presents, : that I [blank] in the County of [blank] in the Colony of Rhode-Island, &c. [blank] am obliged unto Gideon Wanton of Newport in the County of Newport, Esq; General Treasurer of said colony, in the penal sum of [blank] in bills of public credit of said colony: to be paid to him, or to his successors in said office. For the payment whereof, I bind my self, my heirs executors and administrators firmly by these presents. Sealed with my seal. Dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the twelfth year of his Majesty's reign. Annoq; Domini, 1738. The condition of the above obligation is such, that if the said [blank] his executors or administrators shall pay to the said Gideon Wanton or his successors as aforesaid, the sum of [blank] in bills as aforesaid, at or before the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 17[blank] then the above obligation shall be void, and the said sum shall discharge so much of the interest off a mortgage deed bearing equal date herewith: but upon failure shall be in full force. Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [Newport, R.I. : s.n., 1738] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 x 21 cm.
 Know all men by these presents, that I Walter Bryent, of Newmarket, : in the province of New-Hampshire, in New-England, Esq; collector of Taxes of and for the proprietors of the town of Bow in said province, by virtue of an act, or law, of said province, made and passed in September, anno Domini 1755, entitled, An act to enable the proprietors of Bow, in the province of New-Hampshire, to raise money and collect the same. The directions of which act having been duly attended and observed. For and in consideration of the sum of [blank] pounds, new tenor, bills of credit, to me in hand paid before the delivery hereof for the use of said proprietors, by [blank] the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge, have therefore given, granted, and sold, and do by these presents, in my said capacity, give, grant, sell, convey, and confirm unto him the said [blank] his heirs and assigns forever (by publick vendue held this day for that purpose at the house of Love Chase, innholder in Stratham, in said province). [blank] ... In witness whereof I do hereunto set my hand and seal this [blank] day of August, anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and fifty-eight. Sign'd, seal'd and delivered in presence of [blank] Province of New Hampshire, August the [blank] day, anno Domini 1758, then Walter Bryent, Esq; above named, personally appeared and acknowledged the foregoing instrument to be his free act and deed. Coram. [blank] justice of the peace. [New Hampshire : s.n., 1758] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 20 cm
 [To all unto whom these presents shall come, greeting. : know ye that we ... by these pre]sents assign, constitute and appoint, our trusty and well beloved [blank] to be one of our justices to keep our peace [blank] and to keep and cause to be kept, the laws and ordinances ... [Massachusetts : s.n., not after 1762] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 25 cm
 (No. 8.) Your province tax. Lawful money. : ... Your town and county rate. Lawful money. ... The assessors sit at Faneuil-Hall in Boston, on Wednesdays, from 3 to 5 of the clock afternoon, to whom any person aggrieved may apply for ease, as the law directs. 1764. Errors excepted, / [blank] Collector. [Boston, Mass. : s.n., 1764] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 11 x 13 cm
 To [blank] Your state tax, 1777. in lawful money. : ... Your town and county rate in lawful money. ... The assessors sit at the house of Mr. Melatiah Bent, on Monday the ninth day of February, 1778; and on Thursday the twelfth day of the same said month, at the house of Capt. Daniel Vose, in said Milton, form three of the clock afternoon to sun setting; to whom persons aggrieved may apply for ease. / Joseph Clap, collector of Milton. [Massachusetts : s.n., 1777] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 11 x 13 cm
 To [blank] Your state tax. 1778. : ... Your town rate. ... The assessors sit at the house of Mr. John Champney, in Dorchester, the two last Thursdays in July, from two to six o'clock in the afternoon; to whom any person agrieved [sic] may apply for ease, as the law directs. 1778. Errors excepted. / Philip Withington, collector of Dorchester. [Boston, Mass. : s.n., 1778] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 12 x 15 cm
 To the sheriff of the County of New-Haven, or his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of New-Haven, within said county; greeting. : Whereas [blank] of New-Haven aforesaid recovered judgment against [blank] of said New-Haven, before the County Court holden at New-Haven within the County of New-Haven aforesaid, on the first Tuesday of April, anno Domini 1764, for the sum of £ [blank] lawful money debt, and £ [blank] lawful money costs of suit, as appears of record: whereof execution remains to be done. ... Dated at New-Haven this [blank] day of April, anno Domini, 1764. And in the fourth year of his Majesty's reign. [New Haven, Conn. : s.n., 1764] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 14 x 15 cm
 To the sheriff of the County of [blank] or his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of [blank] within said county, greeting. : Whereas [blank] on the [blank] day of [blank] 17[blank] before me [blank] Esq; one of his Majesty's justices of the peace for [blank] County, recovered judgment against [blank] for the sum of [blank] debt; and for the sum of [blank] costs of suit; as appears of record: whereof execution remains to be done. ... Dated at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 176[blank] And in the [blank] year of his Majesty's reign. [Connecticut? : s.n., 176-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 16 cm
 To the sheriff of the County of [blank] or his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of [blank] within said county; greeting. : Whereas [blank] on the [blank] day of [blank] before [blank] Esq; justice of the peace for the County of [blank] recovered judgment against [blank] for the sum of [blank] debt and for the sum of [blank] costs of suit as appears of record: whereof execution remains to be done. ... Dated at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 177[blank] And in the [blank] year of his Majesty's reign. [Connecticut? : s.n., 177-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 16 x 15 cm
 To the sheriff of the county of [blank] or his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of [blank] within said county, greeting. : Whereas [blank] on the [blank] day of [blank] 17[blank] before me [blank] Esq; justice of peace, for the county of [blank] recovered judgment against [blank] for the sum of [blank] debt; and for the sum of [blank] costs of suit, as appears of record; whereof execution remains to be done. These are therefore in the name of the governor and company of the state of Connecticut, to command you, that of the money of the said [blank] or of his goods, or chattles within your precincts, you cause to be levied and (the same being disposed of as the law directs) paid and satisfied unto the said [blank] the aforesaid sums being [blank] in the whole, with [blank] lawful money, more for this writ, together with your own fees. ... Hereof fail not, and make due return of this writ, with your doings thereon, within sixty days next coming. Dated at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 178[blank] [Connecticut : s.n., 178-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 18 x 16 cm
 To the sheriff of the county of [blank] or his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of [blank] within said county, greeting. : Whereas [blank] on the [blank] day of [blank] 17[blank] before me [blank] Esq; justice of the peace for the county of [blank] recovered judgment against [blank] for the sum of [blank] debt; and for the sum of [blank] costs of suit, as appears of record; whereof execution remains to be done. These are therefore by authority of the state of Connecticut, to command you, that of the goods, chattels or lands of the said [blank] within your precincts, you cause to be levied, (and the same being disposed of or appraised as the law directs) paid and satisfied unto the said [blank] the aforesaid sums, being [blank] lawful money in the whole; with [blank] lawful money more for this writ, and thereof also to satisfy yourself for your own fees. ... Hereof fail not, and make due return of this writ, with your doings thereon, according to law, viz. within sixty days next coming. Dated at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 17[blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1792] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 19 x 16 cm
 To the sheriff of the county of [blank] or his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of [blank] within said county, greeting. : Whereas [blank] on the [blank] day of [blank] 17[blank] before me [blank] Esq. justice of the peace for the county of [blank] recovered judgment against [blank] for the sum of [blank] debt; and for the sum of [blank] costs of suit, as appears of record; whereof execution remains to be done. These are therefore by authority of the state of Connecticut, to command you, that of the goods, chattles or lands of the said [blank] within your precincts, you cause to be levied, (and the same being disposed of or appraised as the law directs) paid and satisfied unto the said [blank] the aforesaid sums, being [blank] lawful money in the whole; with [blank] lawful money more for this writ, and thereof also to satisfy yourself for your own fees. ... Hereof fail not, and make due return of this writ, with your doings thereon according to law, viz. within sixty days next coming. Dated at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 17[blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 23 x 17 cm
 [Blank] County, ss. The people of the state of New-York, by the grace of God free and independent: to any constable of the town of [blank] greeting. : Whereas judgment has been obtained before me, [blank] Esquire, one of the justices of the peace of the said county, against [blank] at the suit of [blank] for [blank] dollars [blank] cents: these are therefore to command you forthwith to levy of the goods and chattels of the said [blank] (his arms and accoutrements excepted) the amount of the said judgment, and bring the money before me, within thirty days, to render to the said [blank] for his damages and costs in the premises. Hereof fail not at your peril, but of this writ make due return according to law. Given under my hand and seal, at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord 180[blank] ... [Albany, N.Y.] : Printed by Charles R. & George Webster, at their bookstore, in the white house, corner of State and Pearl-streets Albany., [180-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 8 x 21 cm
 To the sheriff or marshal of the said County of [blank] or either of their deputies, or constables of the town of [blank] within the said county, or to any or either of them. Greeting. : In His Majesty's name, you are required to attach the goods or estate of [blank] to the value of [blank] shillings, and for want thereof to take the body of the said [blank] (if he may be found in your precinct) and [blank] safely keep, so that he may be had before me [blank] Esq; one of His Majesty's justices of the peace for the county aforesaid, at my dwelling-house in [blank] on [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] at [blank] of the clock in the [blank] noon; then and there to answer to [blank] To the damage of the said [blank] the sum of [blank] shillings, as shall then and there be made to appear, with other due damages. Hereof fail not, and make due return of this writ, and of your doings therein, unto myself, at or before the said [blank] day of [blank] Dated at [blank] aforesaid, the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of His Majesty's reign. Annoque Domini, 176[blank] [Massachusetts? : s.n., 176-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 20 cm
 Greeting. You are hereby required in His Majesty's name, to make your appearance before the justices of our lord the king, at the next Inferiour Court of Common Pleas : to be holden at [blank] within and for the County of [blank] on the [blank] Tuesday of [blank] to give evidence of what you know relating to an action or plea [blank] then and there to be heard and tried betwixt [blank] plaintiff, and [blank] defendant: Hereof fail not, as you will answer your default under the pains and penalty in the law in that behalf made and provided. Dated at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of His Majesty's reign. Annoque Domini, 177[blank] [Massachusetts? : s.n., 177-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 19 cm
 (No. [blank]) (No. [blank]) Boston, [blank] I [blank] for value received, promise to pay unto John Scott and Moses Gill, or order, on demand, [blank] lawful money-- : and if not paid in [blank] month from the above date, to pay lawful interest 'till paid. £ [blank] [Boston, Mass. : s.n., not after 1771] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 8 x 20 cm
 Cumberland County ss. George the Third, by the grace of God, of Great-Britain, France and Ireland king, defender of the faith, &c. To the sheriff of the County of Cumberland, greeting: : We command you, that you take [blank] if [blank] be found in your bailiwick, and [blank] safely keep, so that you have [blank] bod[blank] before our justices at Carlisle, at our County Court of Common Pleas there to be held the [blank] day of [blank] next, to answer [blank] of a plea that [blank] render to [blank] lawful money of Pennsylvania, which to [blank] he owes and unjustly detains from [blank] (as is said) And have you then there this writ. Witness [blank] Esquire, at Carlisle, the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of our reign. [Pennsylvania : s.n., not after 1773] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 22 cm
 George the Third, by the grace of God, of Great-Britain, France and Ireland, king, defender of the faith, &c. To [blank] Greeting. : We command you that you appear at our next Inferiour Court of Common Pleas to be holden at [blank] within and for our said county of [blank] on the [blank] Tuesday of [blank] next: then and there to answer unto [blank] Which plea the said [blank] commenced against you to be heard and tried at the said court; and your goods or estate are attached to the value of [blank] pounds, being for security to satisfy the judgment which the said [blank] may recover upon the aforesaid trial. Fail not of appearance at your peril. witness [blank] Esq; at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of our reign. Annoque Domini, 177[blank] [Massachusetts? : s.n., 1770] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 14 x 19 cm
 [blank] ss. To [blank] Greeting. In the name of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, you are commanded to appear before me [blank] Esq. : one of the justices of the peace for the county aforesaid, at my dwelling house in [blank] on [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] at [blank] of the clock in the [blank] noon; to answer unto [blank] Which plea the said [blank] hath commenced to be heard and determined before me; and your goods or estate are attached to the value of [blank] for security to satisfy the judgment which the said [blank] may recover upon the aforesaid trial. Fail not of appearance at your peril. Dated at [blank] aforesaid the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, 178[blank] [Massachusetts : s.n., 178-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 20 cm
 New-York, ss. To [blank] You are hereby required to appear before the commissioners for settling and adjusting matters of debt, &c. at the City-Hall, : on [blank] next, then and there to answer the complaint of [blank] against you, in a matter of [blank] Hereof fail not, as you will answer the same at your peril. Dated at New-York, [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 1783. By order of the board, [blank] [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 1783] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 23 x 19 cm
 [blank] Esq. judge of the Court of Probate for the district of [blank] in the state of Connecticut, in New-England, holding the said court, to [blank] greeting. : Whereas [blank] late of [blank] deceased, having while he lived, and at the time of h[blank] death, goods, chattles, credits and estate in [blank] now lately died intestate: ... I do therefore, (trusting in your fidelity and care) commit unto you the said [blank] full power to administer the goods, chattles, credits and estate of the said deceased ... In witness whereof, I have caused the clerk of the said court to sign these presents and affix the seal of said office thereunto, this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 17[blank] [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1783] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 23 x 17 cm
 State of Vermont, Windsor County, to the constable of the town of [blank] in said county, greeting: : In the name and by the authority of the freemen of the state of Vermont, you are hereby commanded forthwith to repair to the town-clerk's office, in said [blank] and in the presence of said clerk draw out of the box two of the names of the petit-jury, chosen by said town for the present year; and summon said jury-men so drawn, to attend the County Court, to be holden at Windsor, within and for the County of Windsor, on the last Tuesday of [blank] instant--said jury-men to attend on Wednesday the second day of said court, at 8 o'clock forenoon. Hereof fail not, and make due return of your doings hereon, according to law.--Dated at Windsor, this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 17[blank] [blank] Clerk. [Vermont : s.n., 1788] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 16 x 19 cm
 1788. Please to take notice, that you are rated £[blank] at [blank] in every hundred pounds, in the funding tax, : for the first half yearly payment for the present year. The day of appeal is on the [blank] day of [blank] at [blank] o'clock in the [blank] at the court-house. [blank] Collector. To [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1788] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 6 x 11 cm
 Commonwealth of Massachusetts. No. [blank] land-lottery. : This ticket entitles the bearer, to the lot or tract of land drawn by the number thereof, pursuant to an Act of the General Court, passed the ninth day of November, 1786. [blank] managers. [Boston, Mass. : s.n., 1786] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 12 x 21 cm
 State of Connecticut. Pay Table Office [blank] Sir, : Pay [blank] out of the tax of two shillings and six pence on the pound, granted in May, 1781, exclusive of that part payable in state bills, and charge the state. £ [blank] / [blank] committee John Lawrence, Esq; treasurer. [Hartford, Conn. : s.n., 1781] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 12 x 17 cm
 State of Connecticut, Treasury-Office, February 1, A.D. 1781. : The state of Connecticut doth owe unto, and hereby acknowledge the receipt of [blank] lawful money, from [blank] of [blank] which they promise to pay unto the said [blank] or his order, in Spanish milled dollars, at the rate of six shillings each, or other gold or silver coins equivalent, at or before the end of one year after the expiration of the present war, or a cessation of hostilities between Great Britain and these United States, with the interest at six per cent. per annum, which interest shall be annually paid in gold and silver, in pursuance of, and agreeable to the directions of an Act of the General Assembly, held at Hartford, on the 29th day of November 1780. / [blank] Treasurer. [Hartford, Conn. : s.n., 1781] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 20 cm
 State of Connecticut. Treasury-Office, June 1, A.D. 1782. : The state of Connecticut doth owe unto [blank] who hath served in the Connecticut line of the Continental Army, the sum of [blank] being one fourth part of the balance found due to him, which sum shall be paid to him or his order at this office, in gold or silver, on or before the first day of June, A.D. one thousand seven hundred and eighty [blank] with lawful interest thereof; which interest shall be paid unto him or his order annually, at the same place, on the first say of June, if demanded, pursuant to an Act of the General Assembly, held at Hartford, the second Thursday of May last. / [blank] Treasurer. [Hartford, Conn. : s.n., 1781] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 11 x 21 cm
 State of Connecticut, Treasury-Office, [blank] A.D. 178[blank] : The state of Connecticut doth owe unto, and hereby acknowledge the receipt of [blank] lawful money, from [blank] of [blank] which they promise to pay unto the said [blank] or his order, at or before the [blank] day of [blank] one thousand seven hundred and ninety[blank] with the interest at six per cent. per annum, which interest shall be annually paid in gold or silver, in pursuance of, and agreeable to the directions of an Act of the General Assembly, held at Hartford, on the second Thursday of May, 1783. / [blank] Treasurer. [Hartford, Conn. : s.n., 1783?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 11 x 19 cm
 Pay-Table-Office, [blank] 178[blank] Sir, : Please to secure to [blank] the payment of [blank] being the balance found due to him for service in the Continental Army [blank] 178[blank] agreeable to Act of Assembly---and charge the state. £. [blank] / [blank] committee. John Lawrence, Esq; treasurer. [Hartford, Conn. : s.n., 178-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 19 cm
 State of New-Hampshire. The government and people, of the state of New-Hampahire [sic]. To the clerk of the [blank] of [blank] in the County of [blank] aforesaid. Greeting. : Pursuant to the law of this state, you are required to return [blank] good and lawful [blank] of your [blank] each of whom to have an estate of freehold worth forty shillings per ann. or a personal estate of the value of fifty pounds sterling, to serve on the [blank] jury at the next Court of General Sessions of the Peace to be holden at [blank] in and for said county on the [blank] day of [blank] next. And the person who shall be appointed for that service you are to cause to be duely notified thereof, to attend the same, on the first day of the sitting of said court; and make return of this writ with your doings therein, into the office of the clerk of said court before the commencement of said term. Dated at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 17[blank] [New Hampshire : s.n., not after 1782] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 11 x 21 cm
 State of New-Hampshire. Rockingham ss. The government and people of the state of New-Hampshire: : To the sheriff of our county of [blank] his under sheriff or deputy. Greeting. We command you to attach the goods or estate of [blank] to the value of [blank] pounds; and for want thereof to take the body of the said [blank] (if [blank] may be found in your precinct) and [blank] safely keep, so that you have [blank] before our justices of our Inferior Court of Common Pleas, next to be holden at [blank] within and for our said county of Rockingham, on the [blank] Tuesday of [blank] then and there in our said court to answer unto [blank] To the damage of the said [blank] the sum of [blank] pounds, which shall then and there be made to appear, with other due damages. And have you there this writ, with your doings therein. Witness [blank] Esq. at Exeter, the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini 178[blank] [blank] clerk. [New Hampshire : s.n., not after 1784] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 22 x 20 cm
 Boston, [blank] 178[blank] This load of wood drove by [blank] of the town of [blank] measures [blank] feet [blank] qr. Fees for measuring, three cop. [blank] sealer. [Boston, Mass.] : E. Russell, pr. next Lib. Pole., [178-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 11 cm
 Report and manifest of the cargo on board the [blank] : burthen [blank] tons, [blank] master, from [blank] to [blank] ... [New York, N.Y.? : s.n., not after 1789] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 25 x 21 cm
 Report and manifest of the cargo on board the [blank] : burthen [blank] tons, [blank] master, from [blank] to [blank] ... [New York, N.Y.? : s.n., not after 1789] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 25 x 21 cm
 Entry of merchandize imported by [blank] in the [blank] master, from [blank] New-York, [blank] ... [New York, N.Y. : s.n., not after 1789] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 20 cm
 Know all men by these presents, that [blank] held and firmly bound unto [blank] in the full sum and just sum of [blank] : to be paid unto the said [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators, or assigns: to the which payment well and truly to be made and done, [blank] bind [blank]sel[blank] [blank] heirs, executors, administrators, [blank] firmly by these presents. Sealed with [blank] seal: dated this [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and [blank] The condition of the above obligation is such, that if the above bound [blank] do and shall well and truly pay, or cause to be paid unto the said [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators, or assigns, the full and just sum of [blank] at or upon the [blank] day of [blank] with [blank] for the same, then the above obligation to be void, else to remain in full force and virtue in law. Sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [Baltimore, Md.? : s.n., not after 1785] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 x 20 cm
 Know all men by these presents, that we [blank] are held and firmly bound unto his Excellency [blank] governor of the commonwealth, and his successors, in the just and full sum of [blank] pounds Virginia currency (in specie) to which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves jointly and severally, our joint and several heirs, executors, and administrators, firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals, and dated this [blank] day of [blank] anno Dom. one thousand seven hundred and eighty-[blank] and in the [blank] year of the commonwealth. The condition of the above obligation is such, that whereas the above bound [blank] hath imported from [blank] in the [blank] certain dutiable goods, as by manifest rendered, amounting to the just sum of [blank] current money (specie) of Virginia. Now if the said [blank] shall pay the said duties according to law, within six months from the date hereof; then the above obligation to be void, or else to remain in full force and virtue. Signed and sealed in the presence of [blank] [Richmond, Va.? : s.n., 178-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 21 x 17 cm
 Port of Philadelphia, Collector's Office. To all whom it may concern. : Permit [blank] to have landed from on board the [blank] the duties thereon being [blank] according to law. / [blank] Collector of the Port of Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1789] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 9 x 24 cm
 To the sheriff of the county of [blank] or his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of [blank] within said county, greeting. : By authority of the state of Connecticut, you are hereby commanded to [blank] to appear before [blank] Esq; justice of the peace for [blank] County, at [blank] dwelling-house [blank] o'clock in the [blank] noon, then and there to answer unto [blank] in a plea of the case whereupon the plaintiff declares and says, that the defendant [blank] in and by a certain writing or note, under [blank] hand by [blank] well executed, dated the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini 17[blank] promised the plaintiff [blank] to pay to [blank] (for value received) the sum of [blank] ... Hereof fail not, and of this writ, with your doings thereon, make due return according to law. Dated at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 178[blank] [Connecticut : s.n., 178-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 20 x 16 cm
 To the sheriff of the county of [blank] or his deputy, or either of the constables of the town of [blank] within said county, greeting: : In the name of the governor and company of the state of Connecticut, you are hereby commanded to attach the goods or estate of [blank] to the value of [blank] and for want thereof, to attach the body of the said [blank] (if [blank] may be found in your precincts) and [blank] safely keep, so that [blank] may be had before me [blank] Esq; [blank] at [blank] dwelling-house, [blank] on the [blank] day of [blank] at [blank] o'clock in the [blank] then and there to answer unto [blank] in a plea of the case, whereupon the plaintiff declares and says, that the defendant, in and by a certain writing or note, under his hand, by him well executed, dated the [blank] anno Domini, 17[blank] promised the plaintiff to pay to him (for value received) the sum of [blank] ... Fail not, but of this writ, with your doings thereon, make due return according to law. Dated at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, 17[blank] [Connecticut : s.n., 178-?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 14 x 20 cm
 Shipped by the grace of God in good order and well conditioned, by [blank] : in and upon the good ship called the [blank] whereof is master under God for this present voyage [blank] and now riding at anchor in the [blank] and by God's grace bound for [blank] to say, [blank] being marked and numbred [sic] as in the margent, and are to be delivered in the like good order and well conditioned, at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or to [blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said goods [blank] with primage and average accustomed. In witness whereof the master or purser of the said ship hath affirmed to [blank] bills of lading, all of this tenor and date; the one of which bills being accomplished, the other [blank] to stand void. And so God send the good ship to her desired port in safety. Amen. Dated in [blank] [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., not after 1723] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 13 x 23 cm
 D.C. no. [blank] Your bond, for duties on merchandize imported in the [blank] will be due on the [blank] when payment must be made, in conformity to law. : Custom-House New-York, [blank] 1796. [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 9 x 20 cm
 D.C. no. [blank] Your bond, for duties on merchandize imported in the [blank] will be due on the [blank] when payment must be made, in conformity to law. : Custom-House, New-York, [blank] 1796. [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 20 cm
 D.C. no. [blank] Your bond, for duties on merchandize imported in the [blank] will be due on the [blank] when payment must be made, in conformity to law. : Custom-House, New-York, [blank] 179[blank] [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 9 x 19 cm
 New-York, Mayor's Court, On Tuesday the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, 179[blank] city of New-York, ss. : [blank] delivered to bail, on the taking of [blank] bod[blank] to [blank] of the [blank] Ward of the city of New-York, [blank] and John Doe, of the same place, yeoman, at the suit of [blank] of a plea [blank] Taken and acknowledged, this [blank] day of [blank] 179[blank] before me [blank] [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 21 x 17 cm
 Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Gloucester, ss. On this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-[blank] : before me, John Rogers, notary-public, by legal authority admitted and sworn, and dwelling in Gloucester, personally came and appeared [blank] who manifested and declared on oath [blank] American [blank] American born [blank] sailed out of America, and since the independence of the United States of America, [blank] never been under any allegiance to any other nation whatever; and, as further evidence thereof, [blank] hereunto set [blank] hand [blank] Wherefore I the said notary, from the duties required from me by my said office, do give public authority to the foregoing declaration--and do declare--that full faith and credit ought to be given to these presents. In testimony whereof, I have signed this present instrument, and affixed the seal of my said office, the day and year last mentioned, [blank] [Massachusetts : s.n., 1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 x 19 cm
 New-York, Mayor's Court, On Tuesday the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord 179[blank] city of New-York, ss. : [blank] delivered to bail, on the taking of [blank] bod[blank] to [blank] of the [blank] Ward of the city of New-York, [blank] and John Doe, of the same place, yeoman, at the suit of [blank] of a plea [blank] Taken and acknowledged, this [blank] day of [blank] 179[blank]. Before me [blank] [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 18 x 15 cm
 Philadelphia [blank] 180[blank] [blank] bot. of Thomas Dobson bookseller & Stationer at the stone house No. 41 So. 2d. Street [blank] doll [blank] cents [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 180-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 12 x 19 cm
 Know all men by these presents, that [blank] in the County of [blank] do constitute and appoint [blank] of [blank] in the County of [blank] attorney, : and for [blank] the constituent to appear in all causes, real, personal or mixed, brought, or to be brought against [blank] in any court, and the same to prosecute or defend unto final judgment and execution---with power of substitution. Witness [blank] hand and seal, at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini [blank] Attest, [blank] [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., not after 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 11 x 20 cm
 Know all men by these presents, that I [blank] late [blank] regiment commanded by [blank] in the service of the United States of North America, : hath made, ordained, and constituted and by these presents do make, ordain and constitute, and in my place and stead put and depute [blank] of [blank] my true and lawful attorney, irrevocable for me, and in my name and stead, ... In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this [blank] day of [blank] and in the year of or [sic] Lord one thousand seven hundred and [blank] Sealed and delivered in the presence of us, [blank] [blank] ss. The [blank] day of [blank] anno Dom. 17[blank] before me [blank] one of the justices of the court of Common Pleas for the county of [blank] personally came [blank] and on his solemn oath agreeable to law, did depose and say, that the property expressed in the within letter of attorney by his free will and consent, for a valuable consideration, to him in hand paid, was transferred to the attorney within named, ... [New York, N.Y.? : s.n., not after 1792] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 25 x 21 cm
 State of Rhode-Island and Providence-Plantations. (No. [blank].) General-Treasurer's-Office, [blank] 1795. : I hereby certify, that there is due to [blank] or bearer, from the state of Rhode-Island, &c. [blank] dollars, and [blank] cents, being a balance not provided for by the transfer of the funded and deferred stock of the United States belonging to this state, agreeably to an act made and passed by the General Assembly of this state, at their January session, A.D. 1795, which certificates, by order of the said Assembly, are to carry an interest of four per cent. per annum, from the first day of January one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five, until paid, [blank] general-treasurer. [Warren, R.I.] : N. Phillips, Warren., [1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 18 x 18 cm
 Received this [blank] 179[blank] of capt. [blank] the sum of five shillings for the captain, four shillings and eight pence for each mate, and two shillings and six pence for each seaman, for hospital money, agreeable to a law of this state, passed the 8th of March, 1785. [Charleston, S.C. : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 8 x 21 cm
 State of Vermont. [blank] ss. To the sheriff of the county of [blank] his deputy, or either constable of [blank] in said county--Greeting. : By the authority of the state of Vermont, you are hereby commanded, to attach the goods, chattels, or estate of [blank] to the value of [blank] pounds, lawful money, and him notify thereof according to law:--And for want thereof, take his body, (if he may be found within your precinct) and him safely keep, so that you have him to appear before the County Court, next to be holden at [blank] within and for the County of [blank] on the Monday next preceding the [blank] Tuesday of [blank] next, then and there to answer unto [blank] To the damage of the plaintiff (as he says) [blank] pounds, lawful money; and to recover the said damage, with just costs, the plaintiff brings this suit--(bonds for prosecution being first given.) Hereof fail not--and of this writ, and your doings herein, make due return according to law. Dated at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, seventeen hundred and ninety-[blank] [blank] Recognized in £. [blank] to the defendant, as surety for costs of prosecution, in due form of law, before me, [blank] [Vermont : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 I the subscriber, of the County of [blank] in the district of New-York, hereby make entry with [blank] collector of the revenue for the county aforesaid of [blank] agreeably to an act of the Congress of the United States, passed on the 28th day of May 1796. [blank] 179[blank] [New York, N.Y. : s.n., between 1796 and 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 13 x 21 cm
 Cashier of the Bank of New-York, [blank] pay to [blank] or bearer, [blank] dollars. New-York, the [blank] day of [blank] 179[blank] [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 8 x 16 cm
 1797. Please to take notice, that you are rated [blank] dollars, at [blank] cents in every hundred dollars, for your estate; : and a personal-tax of [blank] dollars and [blank] cents, in the county-tax, for the present year. The day of appeal is on the [blank] day of [blank] at nine o'clock in the forenoon, at the old court-house. [blank] To [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 7 x 11 cm
 New-Hampshire Bank, Office of Discount and Deposit, at Portsmouth. : (No [blank]) [blank] dollars [blank] cents. Portsmouth, [blank] 179[blank] Pay to [blank] or bearer, [blank] dollars [blank] cents. [blank] [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., between 1792 and 1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 29 x 17 cm
 Green County ss. The commonwealth of Pennsylvania to the sheriff of Green County, greeting. : We command you, [blank] that you take [blank] late of your county [blank] if [blank] be found in your bailiwick, and [blank] safely keep, so that you have [blank] bod[blank] before our judges, at [blank] at our County Court of Common Pleas, there to be held the [blank] Monday of [blank] next, to answer [blank] And have you then there this writ. Witness the Honorable Alexander Addison, Esq. at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety [blank] [Pennsylvania : s.n., 1796 or 1797] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 33 cm
 Bank of the United States, [blank] 179[blank] Pay to [blank] or bearer, at the Office of Discount and Deposit, at Boston, [blank] dollars, [blank] dollars [blank] [Boston, Mass. : s.n., between 1791 and 1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 6 x 12 cm
 You, [blank] acknowledge yourself indebted to the people of the state of New-York, in the sum of fifty pounds, : to be levied on your respective goods and chattels, lands and tenements, if default should be made in the condition following. The condition of the above recognizance is such, that if you, the said [blank] during the term of [blank] from the date hereof, shall not keep a disorderly inn or tavern, or suffer or permit any cock-fighting, gaming or playing with cards or dice; nor keep any billiard table, or other gaming table, or shuffle-board, whereby money may be lost or won, within your house, or within any of your out-houses, yards or gardens belonging thereto; then the above recognizance to be void; otherwise to be and remain in full force and virtue. Are you herewith content? Taken and acknowledged before me, this [blank] day of [blank] 179[blank] [blank] justice. [New York State : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 14 x 21 cm
 In the [blank] whereof [blank] is master, from [blank] ... [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by R. Folwell for John Ormrod, No. 41, Chesnut-street., [between 1794 and 1809?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 16 x 13.3 cm
 Port of Hamburg. We [blank] master, and [blank] mate of the ship or vessel called [blank] of [blank] lately arrived from the port of [blank] in the United States of America, : do solemnly swear, that the goods or merchandize, enumerated and described in the preceeding [sic] certificate dated the [blank] day of [blank] 179[blank] and signed by [blank] of the city of Hamburgh merchant, were actually delivered in this port from on board the said ship or vessel [blank] withing the time specified in the said certificate. Sworn before me at the city of Hamburgh this [blank] day of [blank] 179[blank] Signed in my register. [blank] / signed. Jos. Pitcairn consul of the United States of America. These are to certify, that the aforegoing is a true copy of the original enter'd at my office; given under my hand and seal. Hamburgh, this [blank] day of [blank] 179[blank] [blank] consul of the United States of America. [Hamburg, Germany : s.n., between 1797 and 1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 23 x 19 cm
 Treasury Office, [blank] 17[blank] Received from the Treasurer of Connecticut [blank] in full of my debenture for attending the General Assembly [blank] session 17[blank] [blank] ... [Connecticut : s.n., not after 1796] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 32 x 19 cm
 Cashier of the bank, [blank] Pay to [blank] or bearer, [blank] dollars. New-York, the [blank] day of [blank] 17[blank] [blank] [New York, N.Y. : s.n., not after 1791] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 8 x 17 cm
 State of Vermont. [blank] County ss. To the sheriff [blank] of [blank] County, his deputy, or either constable of [blank] in said county, greeting. : By the authority of the State of Vermont, you are hereby commanded to attach the goods, chattels, or estate of [blank] to the value of [blank] dollars, and [blank] notify thereof as the law directs. And for want thereof, take [blank] bod[blank] (if to be found within your precinct) and [blank] safely keep, so that you have [blank] to appear before me, at [blank] dwelling house of [blank] in [blank] in the County of [blank] on the [blank] day of [blank] at [blank] o'clock in the [blank] noon Then and there to answer unto [blank] to the damage of the plaintiff the sum of [blank] dollars, and therefor with costs, he bring suit. Hereof fail not, but legal service and due return make, according to law. Dated at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] A.D. one thousand eight hundred and [blank] [blank] justice of peace. [blank] recognized to the defendant in the sum of ten dollars, to ensure cost of prosecution, in due form, before [blank] justice of peace. [Vermont : s.n., 180-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 16 x 18 cm
 Port of New-York. District of the city of New-York. : I [blank] do solemnly [blank] that the entry, now delivered by me to the collector of this district, contains, to the best of my knowledge and belief, a true account of all the goods, wares and merchandize imported by me, or consigned to me, [blank] in the [blank] master, from the port of [blank] And that the said entry also contains a true account in [blank] of the cost thereof, including charges; and that the invoice and bill of lading, herewith produced, are the true and genuine ones by me received, of the said goods, wares, and merchandize. And if I shall hereafter discover any other, or greater quantity of merchandize than is contained in the entry aforesaid, I will forthwith make due report of the same to the said collector. And I further [blank] that all matters whatsoever, in the said entry expressed, are, to the best of my knowledge and belief, just and true.--So help me God. [blank] to this [blank] day of [blank] 179[blank] [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 12 x 20 cm
 Port of New-York. District of the city of New-York. : I [blank] do solemnly [blank] that the entry, now delivered by me to the collector of this district, contains, to the best of my knowledge and belief, a true account of all the goods, wares and merchandize imported by me, or consigned to me, [blank] in the [blank] master, from the port of [blank] And that the said entry also contains a true account in [blank] of the cost thereof, including charges; and that the invoice and bill of lading, herewith produced, are the true and genuine ones by me received, of the said goods, wares, and merchandize. And if I shall hereafter discover any other, or greater quantity of merchandize than is contained in the entry aforesaid, I will forthwith make due report of the same to the said collector. And I further [blank] that all matters whatsoever, in the said entry expressed, are, to the best of my knowledge and belief, just and true.--So help me God. [blank] to this [blank] day of [blank] 179[blank] [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 11 x 20 cm
 [blank] to the estate of Thomas Adams,--Dr. To the Independent chronicle, &c. from [blank] 17[blank] to [blank] 17[blank] [blank] Dls. [blank] Cts. Received payment, [blank] [Boston, Mass. : s.n., 1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 5 x 16 cm
 State of Georgia. By his Excellency [blank] governor, and commander in chief,of the army and navy of this state and of the militia thereof. To [blank] greeting: : We reposing especial trust and confidence in your patriotism, valor, conduct, and fidelity, do, by these presents constitute and appoint you [blank] formed for the defence of this state, and for repelling every hostile invasion thereof. You are therefore carefully and diligently to discharge the duty of [blank] by doing and performing all manner of things thereunto belonging; ... Dated at Louisville the [blank] day of [blank] one thousand [blank] hundred [blank] and in the twenty [blank] year of American independence. / By the governor, [blank] [Georgia : s.n., not after 1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 21 x 33 cm
 The people of the state of New-York, by the grace of God, free and independent: to the sheriff of the city and county of [blank] Greeting: : We command you, that you cause to come before us, in our Supreme Court of Judicature, at the city hall of the city of [blank] twelve free and lawful men of your city and county, each of whom shall have in his own name or right, or in trust for him, or in his wife's right, a freehold in lands, messuages or tenements, [blank] of the value of sixty pounds, free of all reprizes, debts, demands or incumbrances whatsoever, by whom the truth of the matter may be the better known, and who to [blank] are in no wise related in any degree of kindred, to recognize upon their oath, whether or not, the said [blank] whereof before us, in our said court [blank] indicted; because the same [blank] in our said court before us, at our suit ha[blank] thereof [blank] upon that jury; and have you then, there, the names of those jurors and this writ. Witness [blank] Esquire, chief justice of our said Supreme Court, at the city of [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of our independence. [New York, N.Y. : s.n., not after 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 16 x 31 cm
 [blank] Dr. to Trinity-Church. To assessment of your pew no. [blank] from Easter 179[blank] to Easter 179[blank] being [blank] weeks, at [blank] Ballance [sic] due last year - - - [blank] Cash receiv'd - - - - - [blank] Due £ [blank] [blank] church-wardens. [Boston, Mass. : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 10 x 16 cm
 Know all men by these presents, that we, [blank] are held and firmly bound unto the United States of America, in the sum of [blank] dollars, : to be paid to the said United States; for which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents, sealed with out seals: dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of the independence of the said United States, and in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-[blank] Whereas [blank] as per manifest, have been report to Joshua Sands, collector of the customs for the district of the city of New-York, as intended to be exported and conveyed to the port of [blank] in the district of [blank] and state of [blank] in the [blank] master. Now, therefore, the condition of this obligation is such, that if the said [blank] so to be exported from and out of the district of New-York, shall be duly relanded in some port of said United states; and the above bounden [blank] or either of them, shall produce ... a certificate from the collector of the district where the same shall be relanded ... then this obligation to be void, and of none-effect, otherwise to remain in full force and virtue. Sealed and delivered, in the presence of us, [blank] [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 20 cm
 Know all men by these presents, that we [blank] are held and stand firmly bound to the United States of America, in the full and just sum of [blank] : to which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourseves [sic], our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severlly [sic] by these presents. Witness our hands and seals this [blank] day of [blank] one thousand seven hundred and [blank] The condition of this obligation is such, that whereas William Ellery, collector for the district of Newport, has issued and granted a certificate of registry in the manner prescribed by the act, entitled, "An act concerning the registering and recording of ships and vessels," for the [blank] called the [blank] ... Signed, sealed and delivered, in presence of [blank] [Newport, R.I. : s.n., 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 33 x 19 cm
 By this policy of assurance [blank] : own name, as for and in the name and names of all and every other person or persons to whom the same doth, may or shall appertain, in part or in all, doth make assurance, and causeth himself and them, and every of them to be insured, lost or not lost, the sum of [blank] ... In witness whereof, we the assurers, have subscribed our names, and the sums assured, in [blank] the state of [blank] [Newport, R.I. : s.n., not after 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 35 x 21 cm
 By this policy of assurance, underwritten in the office kept by [blank] : [blank] as well in [blank] own name, as for and in the name and names of every person or persons, to whom the same doth or shall appertain, in part or in all, doth make assurance, and cause [blank] and them, and every of them, to be insured, lost or not lost, the sum of [blank] ... In witness whereof, we the assurers have subscribed our names, and sum assured, at Newburyport, in the commonwealth of Massachusetts, [blank] [Newburyport, Mass. : s.n., not after 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 36 x 23 cm
 Know all men by these presents, that we [blank] are held and firmly bound to the United States of America, in the sum of [blank] dollars, : to be paid to the said United States, when we shall be thereunto required; for the true payment whereof we bind ourselves, and each of us, jointly and severally, our and each of our heirs, executors and administrators, and each of them and us, firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals. Dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the year one thousand seven hundred and [blank] Whereas the United States of America, by [blank] collector of the port of Philadelphia, have this day granted a certificate of registry of the [blank] called the [blank] whereof the above bound [blank] is at present master, according to the form and effect of an act of the Congress of the United States of America, entituled An act for registering and clearing vessels, regulating the coasting trade, and for other purposes: ... Sealed and delivered in the presence of us [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1789] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 28 x 22 cm
 No. [blank] District of [blank] Port [blank] I certify that [blank] of [blank] importer of distilled spirits, [blank] made entry with me of one [blank] of imported [blank] containing [blank] gallons of the [blank] proof, being old stock, and marked as per margin. [blank] one thousand seven hundred and ninety [blank] [blank] inspector. [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 12 x 26 cm
 Return of seamen on board the [blank] called the [blank] : [blank] master, shewing also their names, the time for which they were respectively employed, and the sums retained out of the wages of each. ... [United States : s.n., not after 1800] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 20 x 32 cm
 Entry of merchandize imported in the [blank] master from [blank] Middletown, [blank] 179[blank] : ... I [blank] solemnly swear that, according to the best of my knowledge and belief, this entry contains the whole of the goods, wares and merchandize, imported by, or consigned to [blank] in the [blank] master, and that the cost, herein specified, is the net cost of the articles to which it is annexed, and agreeable to the invoice now produced, which is original and true; and that if I shall discover any other or greater quantity than is contained in this entry now made, I will forthwith make known the same, in order that the duties thereon may be paid. So help me God. I certify that the above oath has been administered by me. [blank] [Middletown, Conn. : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Entry of merchandize imported by [blank] in the [blank] master, from [blank] New-York, [blank] ... [New York, N.Y. : s.n., not after 1799] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 21 x 34 cm
 Philadelphia, [blank] Imported, in the [blank] master, from [blank] : ... I [blank] do solemnly [blank] to the best of my knowledge and belief, that the above entry is just and true, and contains, as herein specified, a true account of the goods, wares and merchandize, imported by me, or to me consigned, and that the invoice I produce is the original invoice, and contains the nett prime cost thereof, and that if I shall hereafter discover, or know of any other goods, wares or merchandize, belonging to me, or to me consigned, I will forthwith make known the same, to the collector of the district of Pennsylvania, for the time being, in order to the due entry thereof, and the payment, or securing the duties thereupon. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., not after 1795] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 20 cm
 Know all men by these presents, that I [blank] of [blank] in the county of [blank] and state of [blank] : for a full and valuable consideration, to me in hand paid by [blank] of [blank] in the county of [blank] and state of [blank] wherewith I am fully satisfied and contented, do hereby sell, assign, set over, and transfer unto the said [blank] a certain balance report to be due to [blank] by a committee appointed by the legislature of Rhode-Island, and on account of the depreciation of [blank] pay as a [blank] in the late state regiment commanded by Col. [blank] which report was made to and accepted by said legislature at their October sessions, A.D. 1785, and the balance amounted to [blank] ...Given under my hand and seal, at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] one thousand seven hundred and ninety [blank] Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of [blank] ... [Rhode Island : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 20 cm
 No. [blank] Comptroller's-Office, [blank] I hereby certify that [blank] is entitled to receive the sum of [blank] lawful money out of any funds appropriated for the payment of interest on the liquidated debt of the state of Connecticut. [blank] comptr. Hartford [Conn.]: : Printed by Hudson and Goodwin., [not after 1790] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 11 x 18 cm
 Entry of baggage, imported by [blank] in the [blank] master, from the port of [blank] New-York [blank] [New York, N.Y. : s.n., not after 1798] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 17 x 18 cm
 Given under my hand, and seal of office, the [blank] day of [blank] 179[blank] [New York, N.Y.? : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 9 x 19 cm
 Entry of merchandize imported by [blank] on the [blank] master, from [blank] New-York. [blank] ... [New York, N.Y. : s.n., not after 1794] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 18 x 19 cm
 Know all men by these presents, that we [blank] are held and firmly bound unto James Morris, Esquire, sheriff of the city and county of New-York, : in the sum of [blank] dollars of lawful money of the United States of America, to be paid to the said James Morris, ... to which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, ... Sealed with our seals, dated this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand [blank] hundred [blank] The condition of this obligation is such, that if the above bounden [blank] shall personally appear before the justices of the people of the state of New-York, of the Supreme Court of Judicature, of the same people, to be held at the city-hall of the city of [blank] on the [blank] to answer unto [blank] of a plea of trespass, and also to the bill of the said [blank] against the said [blank] according to the custom of the said court, then and there to be exhibited; then the above obligation to be void and of no effect, otherwise to be and remain in full force and virtue. Sealed and delivered, in the presence of us [blank] [New York, N.Y. : s.n., not after 1799] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 34 x 20 cm
 Know all men by these presents, that we [blank] of the city of New-York, are held and firmly bound unto James Morris, Esquire, sheriff of the city and county of New-York, : in the sum of [blank] current money of the United States, to be paid to the said James Morris, his executors, administrators or assigns: to which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, our and each of our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals, dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand [blank] hundred [blank] Whereas, the above bounden [blank] is now in custody of the above named James Morris, as sheriff ... on civil process only, and is permitted by the said sheriff to go at large within the liberties of the jail ... Now the condition of the above obligation is such, that if the said [blank] shall remain a true and faithful prisoner, and shall not at any time, or in any wise escape, or go without the limits of the said liberties, until discharged by due course of law, and shall at the request of the said James Morris, surrender himself to the said prison: then the above obligation to be void, or else to be and remain in full force and virtue. Sealed and delivered, in the presence of [blank] [New York, N.Y. : s.n., not after 1799] [4] p. ; 33 cm
 Know all men by these presents, that we [blank] are held and firmly bound unto [blank] Esq. sheriff of the county of Montgomery : in the sum of [blank] to be paid unto the said [blank] or to his certain attorney, executors administrators, or assigns. To the which payment well and truly to be made and done, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals, dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred [blank] The condition of this obligation is such, that if the above bounden [blank] shall appear before the Court of Common Pleas for the county of Montgomery, to be held at the court house in Johnstown, before the judges and assistant justices, of the same court, on the [blank] day of [blank] to answer [blank] then this obligation to be void, or else to remain in full force and virtue. Sealed and delivered, in the presence of [blank] [New York State : s.n., 1800] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm
 Know all men by these presents, that we [blank] are held and firmly bound unto [blank] : in the full and just sum of [blank] lawful money to be paid unto the [blank] certain attorney, his executors, administrators, or assigns; for the true payment whereof, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, and administrators, firmly by these presents, sealed with our seals, and dated this [blank] day of [blank] 179[blank] The condition of the above obligation is such, that whereas [blank] hath sued out of the [blank] a writ of capias ad respondendum, against the bod[blank] of the above bound [blank] in an action [blank] indorsed "bail required;" which writ hath been duly executed. Now if the said [blank] do well and truly make [blank] personal appearance before the [blank] on the [blank] day of next [blank] term, then and there to answer to the said action according to the form and tenor of the said writ, and the act of the General Assembly in such cases made and provided requires, then the above obligation to be void, else to remain in full force, power, and virtue in law. Signed and acknowledged in the presence of [blank] [Virginia? : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 x 19 cm
 Know all men by these presents, that we [blank] are held and firmly bound unto [blank] Esquire, marshal of the city of Hudson, : in the sum of [blank] current money of the state of New-York, to be paid to the said [blank] ... for the which payment, well and truly to be made and done, we bind ourselves, ... Sealed with our seals, dated this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-[blank] The condition of the above obligation is such, that if the above bounden [blank] shall personally appear before the mayor, recorder and aldermen at the next Mayor's Court, which is to be held in and for the city of Hudson at the city-hall of the said city on the [blank] Tuesday of [blank] next, then and there to answer unto [blank] then this obligation to be void and of none effect, or else to remain in full force and virtue. Sealed & delivered, in the presence of [blank] [New York State : s.n., 178-] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 31 x 19 cm
 District of Pennsylvania. Port of Philadelphia, [blank] 179[blank] : I hereby certify, that the merchandize herein after specified, which are now shipped on board the [blank] master, bound for the port of [blank] were duly imported into this district on the [blank] day of [blank] by [blank] in the [blank] master, from [blank] and the duties thereon [blank] according to law. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 39 x 24 cm
 This certificate to express marks and numbers, packages and contents, with weight and measure, and to be signed by the consignee. : [blank] of the [blank] of [blank] do hereby certify, that the goods or merchandize herein after described, have been landed in this [blank] between the [blank] and [blank] days of [blank] from on board the [blank] of [blank] whereof [blank] is at present master. [blank] which according to the bills of lading for the same were shipped on board the said [blank] at the port of [blank] in the United States of America, on or about the [blank] day of [blank] and consigned to [blank] by [blank] of the [blank] of [blank] aforesaid merchant. Given under [blank] hand at the [blank] of [blank] to [blank] [New York, N.Y.? : s.n., not after 1799] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 42 x 27 cm
 Supreme Court. Of the term of October in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety nine. Montgomery, ss. : James Jackson, complains of John Stiles, being in custady [sic] &c. for that whereas John Huff, on the first day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety six, at the town of [blank] in the county of Montgomery, had demised, granted and to farm let, to the said James Jackson, ... [New York State : s.n., 1799] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ; 33 x 20 cm
 No. [blank] District of [blank] Office of Inspection at the port of [blank] : I certify, that [blank] imported according to law, in the [blank] master, from [blank] the following kinds and quantities of distilled spirits, viz. ... [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 179-?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 22 x 19 cm
 To the sheriff of the County of [blank] or his deputy, or to either of the constables of [blank] within the said county, greeting. : In His Majesty's name, you are required to summon and give notice unto [blank] of [blank] in the county [blank] (if he may be found in your precincts) that he appear before the County Court to be holden at [blank] within the County of [blank] on the [blank] Tuesday of [blank] Then and there to answer unto [blank] in an action or plea of [blank] Which is to the damage of the said [blank] (as he saith) the sum abovesaid; as shall then and there appear, with other due damages. Hereof fail not, and have you there this writ, with your doings therein. Dated in [blank] in the [blank] year of His Majesty's reign annoque Domini, 172[blank] [Connecticut? : s.n., 172-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 16 x 21 cm
 This indenture, made this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and fifty [blank] : between [blank] (agent and receiver-general of the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietary of the Province of Maryland, &c.) for and on behalf of the said Lord Proprietary, of the one part; and [blank] of Baltimore County, in the said province, of the other part. Whereas the said [blank] is fully authorized and impowered by the said Lord Proprietary, to demise, set, and let any lands within all or any of the said Lord Proprietary his manors, within the aforesaid province; and also within his reserved lands in the said County of Baltimore. ... [Baltimore, Md.? : s.n., 175-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 40 x 32 cm
 To all people to whom these presents shall come, [blank] send greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] in hand before the ensealing hereof, well and truly paid by [blank] the receipt whereof, [blank] do hereby acknowledge, and [blank]sel[blank] therewith fully satisfied, contented, and paid; and thereof, and of every part and parcel thereof, do exonerate, acquit, and discharge [blank] said [blank] heirs, executors, and administrators, forever, by these presents: have given, granted, bargained, sold, aliened, enfeoffed, conveyed and confirmed; ... unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns forever, [blank] To have and to hold, ... Furthermore, [blank] for [blank]sel[blank] heirs executors, and administrators, do covenant and engage the above demised premises, to [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns, against the lawful claims or demands of any person or persons whatsoever, forever to warrant. secure and defend by these presents. [Rhode Island? : s.n., not after 1749] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 42 x 33 cm
 To all people to whom these presents shall come, [blank] send greeting. : Know ye, that [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] in hand before the ensealing hereof, well and truly paid by [blank] the receipt whereof [blank] do hereby acknowledge, and [blank]sel[blank] therewith fully satisfied, contented, and paid, and thereof, and of every part and parcel thereof, do exonerate, acquit, and discharge [blank] said [blank] heirs, executors, and administrators, for ever, by these presents: have given, granted, bargained, sold, aliened, enfeoffed, conveyed and confirmed; ... unto [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns for ever, [blank] To have and to hold, ... Furthermore, [blank] for [blank]sel[blank] heirs executors, and administrators, do covenant and engage the above demised premises, to [blank] the said [blank] heirs and assigns, against the lawful claims or demands of any person or persons whatsoever, for ever to warrant. secure, and defend by these presents. [Rhode Island? : s.n., not after 1748] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 43 x 33 cm
 Report and manifest of the cargo on board the [blank] of [blank] : [blank] master, laden at the port of [blank] burthen [blank] tons, [blank] built, owned by [blank] and bound to the district of [blank] ... I [blank] solemnly swear that this is to the best of my knowledge and belief, a true manifest of all the goods, wares and merchandize ... I [blank] solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and belief, the register of the above named vessel contains the names of all the persons who are owners of said vessel; and that no foreign subject or citizen hath any share, by the way of trust, confidence, or otherwise, in said vessel.--So help me God. Sworn before me this [blank] day of 179[blank] [blank] collector. [Connecticut? : s.n., 179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 40 x 32 cm
 For [blank] [blank] days after sight of this first of exchange (second and third not paid) pay to [blank] or order, [blank] value received which place to account [blank] : [blank] 179[blank] For [blank] [blank] days after sight of this second of exchange (first and third not paid) pay to [blank] or order, [blank] value received which place to account [blank] [blank] 179[blank] For [blank] [blank] days after sight of this third of exchange (first and second not paid) pay to [blank] or order, [blank] value received which place to account [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Sold by J. Crukshank, No. 87, High-Street, Philadelphia., [179-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 38 x 24 cm
 Province of the Massachusetts Bay. : This indenture made the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of the reign of our soveraign [sic] lord George, by the grace of God of Great Britain, France and Ireland, king, defender of the faith, &c. annoque Domin, 172[blank]. Between [blank] of [blank] in the County of [blank] in the province aforesaid, [blank] of the one part: and [blank] commissioners, appointed by virtue of an act of the great and General Court of the said province, entituled, An act for the making and emitting the sum of one hundred thousand pounds in bills of credit on this province, of the other part: witnesseth, that the said [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] in good and lawful bills of credit on the province aforesaid, to [blank] in hand well and truly paid by the said [blank] at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof the said [blank] hereby acknowledge [blank] granted, ... unto the said [blank] ... [Boston, Mass.? : s.n., 172-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 37 x 49 cm
 This indenture, made the [blank] day of [blank] : in the [blank] year of the reign of our sovereign lord King George, annoque Domini [blank] Between [blank] of [blank] in the County of [blank] in the colony of Rhode Island &c. [blank] of the one part and Jahleel Brenton, Daniel Updike, Joseph Whipple, John Dexter, John Gardner and John Potter, Esqrs. trustees for said colony appointed by an act of the General Assembly ... on the third Tuesday of September, A.D. 1740 and further impowered by one other act made ... the second day of December following ... on the other part witnesseth that the said [blank] for and in consideration of the sum of [blank] in bills of public credit of [blank] colony ... hath granted ... [Rhode Island : s.n., 1740?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 27 cm
 The New-England primer (enlarged and much improved) : for the more easy attaining the true reading of English. To which is added, the Assembly's catechism. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street., MDCCLXXXIII. [1783] [80] p. : ill. ; 11 cm. (24mo)

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